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Support your Community and your School District!
You can respond to the Census in three ways -- do it today!
- Online: Respond to the Census Here www.my2020census.gov
- By phone: 844-330-2020 (English)
- Return the paper survey mailed to you
If you do not return your survey, a Census worker will knock on your door when it is safe to do so. Do it today!
Check out how many people have completed their Census in Bastrop County using this interactive map.
Higher self-response rates mean fewer people are likely to be missed or counted inaccurately and fewer households will have a visit from a census taker to be counted in-person. It also means this city has a better chance at receiving its fair share of funding for services, and political representation.
For more information about the Census
- What is the Census? Census 101
- What questions do they ask and why? Why We Ask
- What does the Survey look like? Informational Survey
To find out more about what’s going on with the Census
Información en Español sobre el Censo
- ¿Qué es el censo? Censo 101
- ¿Qué preguntas hacen y por qué? Por qué preguntamos
- ¿Cómo se ve la encuesta? Encuesta informativa
For more information about local efforts, contact Jill Strube at 512-237-3282 x 2109.
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