NYC Census 2020 was established as a first-of-its-kind organizing initiative by Mayor de Blasio in January 2019 to ensure a complete and accurate count of all New Yorkers in the 2020 Census.
NYC Census 2020 is a New York City government Office dedicated to public education and outreach around the 2020 Census.
NYC Census 2020 is holding a series of “teach-ins,” or information sessions, across the entire City. These “teach-ins” will provide information about the history of the census, why it is important, how you can respond once the census begins in March 2020, and how you can get involved by volunteering with NYC Census 2020.
NYC Census 2020 does not conduct the census or accept applications for the hiring of census takers (enumerators). For more information on how to apply to be a census taker with the United States Census Bureau, you can visit the US Census 2020 Jobs page.
Visit the NYC Census 2020 website.
Sign up for a NYC Census 2020 Teach-In session.