The 2020 Census represents an opportunity to have all our residents counted. Ramsey County and the City of Saint Paul have established a joint Complete Count Committee (CCC) for the 2020 Census. The purpose of the committee is to work together to achieve a complete count of all our residents. It brings together diverse representatives from local government, community organizations, faith-based groups, education, media and the local business community.
Working together, CCC members raise awareness about how the census works, the importance of an accurate, complete count, and the confidentiality of census data.
The 2020 Census invitation will begin arriving in mailboxes on March 12. This is the first time an online option will be available. The New England Literacy Resource Center has created a great tool for familiarizing people with the online Census form: an online "practice" Census! Click here for more information and try it out.
A person may call the US Census Bureau to complete the census in the following languages:
- Arabic 844-416-2020
- Chinese Mandarin 844-391-2020
- Chinese Cantonese 844-398-2020
- English 844-330-2020
- English (Puerto Rico residents) 844-418-2020
- French 844-494-2020
- Haitian Creole 844-477-2020
- Japanese 844-460-2020
- Korean 844-392-2020
- Russian 844-417-2020
- Polish 844-479-2020
- Portuguese 844-474-2020
- Spanish 844-468-2020
- Spanish (Puerto Rico residents) 844-426-2020
- Tagalog 844-478-2020
- Vietnamese 844-461-2020
- Telephone Display Device (TDD) 844-467-2020
Beginning March 20, the US Census Bureau will post the city and state census completion response rates at 2020census.gov/en/response-rates.html.
Your response matters. The census can shape many different aspects of your community.
- Census results help determine how billions of dollars in federal funding flow into states and
communities each year.
- The results determine how many seats in Congress each state gets.
- It's mandated by the U.S. Constitution in Article 1, Section 2: The U.S. has counted its population every
10 years since 1790.
For more information, please visit Ramsey County and the 2020 Census.