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Census Count to Begin March 12 - Online Portal Now Open

03/11/2020

The 2020 Census portal is already open and Albuquerque/Bernalillo County residents can go online and be counted.

City and county officials urge all residents to come forward and be counted as part of the campaign that happens every 10 years in the United States.

“Many of the programs and services are directly tied to an accurate census count,” says Kristina Nelson Albuquerque/Bernalillo County Census Coordinator. “In 2020, being counted is as easy as the click of a computer mouse and filling in the blanks.”

Each address in the city and county will receive a unique household ID that needs to be entered on the census form.

The online count begins Thursday, March 12. Residents who do not fill out the online form will received a paper form in the mail in the next month. If the paper form is not returned by May 13, Census 2020 workers will be knocking on doors to complete forms in an effort to get an accurate count. Census workers will be in the field until July 31.

The United States Census is a survey collecting information about residents and their living and family status. The census does not include questions regarding legal residency or citizenship.

To fill out your census form, go to: www.my2020census.gov . For more information go to: census.govicountnm.govbernco.gov or cabq.gov

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