Online assistance is available at 2020census.gov in English or 12 other languages. Additional assistance is available through language guides and videos available in 59 languages. When you respond online, use the Census ID from the letter or provide your address.
The public should respond for the number of people living at that address as of April 1.
Responding now to the 2020 Census will minimize the need for a census taker to follow up and visit your home in person later this year.
Census statistics are used to determine the number of seats each state holds in the U.S. House of Representatives and informs how hundreds of billions of dollars in public funds are allocated by state, local and federal lawmakers for public services and infrastructure like hospitals, emergency response, schools and bridges over the next 10 years.
For more information, visit 2020census.gov.
The 2020 Census is open for self-response online at 2020census.gov, over the phone by calling the number provided in your invitation, or by paper through the mail.
Interactive Response Rate map: https://2020census.gov/en/response-rates.html