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2020 Census

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The 2020 Census is here.
Can we count on you, Gilbert?

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Why does the 2020 Census matter to Gilbert?

5 Things to Know About the 2020 Census 
  1. For the first time in history, you can take the Census online.
  2. Census data helps determine how $675 billion will be distributed across the country and how many seats each state receives in the House of Representatives.
  3. The funds are used for emergency services, schools, hospitals, roads and more.
  4. The information collected by the U.S. Census Bureau is safe and protected.
  5. Count every living person in your home as of April 1st, no matter their age.
What Will Be Asked?

The Census will ask questions regarding age, sex, and the number of people per household, including children. View a sample questionnaire.

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We get one chance every ten years to get this right. Let's make it count.