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2020 Census - U.S. Household Response Schedule

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February March 1-11 March 12-20 March 21-31

It’s almost time to respond.

Plan to respond when you receive your invitation.

Invitations to respond to the 2020 Census are in the mail. Respond when you receive yours. Respond now. By now, most households should have received at least one invitation to respond.

Respond next month when you receive your invitation. The invitation will include instructions for responding online and a phone number to call if you need help.

Areas less likely to respond online will also receive a paper questionnaire.

Plan to include everyone you expect to live in your home on April 1.

You can respond online or by phone in one of 13 languages and find assistance in many more.

Invitations will arrive between March 12-20 with instructions for responding online.

Areas less likely to respond online will also receive a paper questionnaire.

If you need help completing the 2020 Census, you can call a toll-free phone number.

Plan to include everyone you expect to live in your home on April 1.

You can respond online or by phone in one of 13 languages and find assistance in many more.

Invitations will arrive in the mail March 12-20.

The invitation will include instructions for responding online.

If you need help or would like to respond by phone, you can call a toll-free phone number.

Respond at 2020census.gov or call one of the toll-free numbers.

Use the Census ID included in your invitation. You can also respond without it by providing your address.

Areas less likely to respond online will also receive a paper questionnaire that they can return in the mail.

Include everyone you expect to live in your home on April 1.

You can respond online or by phone in one of 13 languages and find assistance in many more.

Respond at 2020census.gov or call one of the toll-free numbers.

Use the Census ID from your invitation or provide your address when you respond.

Or, if you received a paper questionnaire, fill it out and mail it back. (You can respond online if you prefer.)

Include everyone you expect to live in your home on April 1.

You can respond online or by phone in one of 13 languages and find assistance in many more.

april2020

April 1 April 2-7 April 8-16 April 17-30
Respond today. Respond now. Respond now. Time is running short. Respond now.

Respond at 2020census.gov or call one of the toll-free numbers.

Use the Census ID from your invitation or provide your address when you respond.

Or, if you received a paper questionnaire, fill it out and mail it back. (You can respond online if you prefer.)

Today is Census Day. Include everyone who lives in your home today.

You can respond online or by phone in one of 13 languages and find assistance in many more.

If you haven’t responded yet, we’ll send you a paper questionnaire soon that you can fill out and mail back.

Or, you can respond online at 2020census.gov or by calling one of the toll-free numbers.

Include everyone who lived in your home on April 1.

You can respond online or by phone in one of 13 languages and find assistance in many more.

If you haven’t responded yet, paper questionnaires are on the way. When you receive yours, fill it out and mail it back.

Or, you can respond online at 2020census.gov or by calling one of the toll-free numbers.

Include everyone who lived in your home on April 1.

You can respond online or by phone in one of 13 languages and find assistance in many more.

Respond online, by phone, or on the paper questionnaire you received in the mail or at your door. Census takers will visit if you don’t respond.

Include everyone who lived in your home on April 1.

You can respond online or by phone in one of 13 languages and find assistance in many more.

mayjuly2020

May 1-12 May 13-July 25 July 26-31
Time is running short. Respond now. It’s not too late. Respond online, by phone, or when the census taker comes to your door. This is the final week to respond to the 2020 Census.

Census takers will begin visiting households soon to help you respond, if you haven’t already.

You can still respond online, by phone, or on the paper questionnaire you received in the mail or at your door.

Include everyone who lived in your home on April 1.

You can respond online or by phone in one of 13 languages and find assistance in many more.

Census takers are visiting households now to collect responses from households that haven’t responded yet.

Include everyone who lived in your home on April 1.

You can still respond online, by phone, or on the paper questionnaire you received in the mail.

You can respond online or by phone in one of 13 languages and find assistance in many more.

If you think you may not have been counted, respond now online at 2020census.gov or call one of the toll-free numbers. Or complete and mail back the paper questionnaire you received in the mail or at your door.

Include everyone who lived in your home on April 1.

You can respond online or by phone in one of 13 languages and find assistance in many more.

Census takers are finishing their visits6 to collect responses from households that haven’t responded yet.