2020 Census

featured graphic for Coast Community College District after COVID-19

Coast Community College District trustee areas will maintain existing boundaries following unanimous affirmation by the Board of Trustees in a special session on January 5, 2022. Based on expert interpretation of Census 2020 data, provided by redistricting legal counsel and a demographic consultant, the Coast District’s current trustee areas were …continue reading

featured graphic for the California Redistricting Commission

The 2020 California Citizens Redistricting Commission (Commission) received notification that the official redistricting database for the State of California has been released. These data will allow the Commission to begin redistricting the state’s congressional, State Senate, Assembly and Board of Equalization districts. The official redistricting database is now publicly available …continue reading

featured graphic for the California Redistricting Commission

“Today, the U.S. Census Bureau released the first local level results from the 2020 Census. These data include race and ethnicity, voting-age population, whether units are vacant or occupied, and group quarters information for those living in dormitories, jails or nursing homes. This community level information will be used to …continue reading

featured graphic for the US Census Bureau

The U.S. Census Bureau will begin the special operation to count people experiencing homelessness in local communities across the country on Sept. 22. Specially trained census takers will count people Sept. 22-24 at shelters, soup kitchens and mobile food van stops in an operation called Service-Based Enumeration (SBE). Census takers …continue reading

featured graphic for California for All Census 2020 during COVID-19

California’s campaign to generate census response reached a critical milestone Wednesday, with the percentage of households self-responding to the Census surpassing the rate compared to 2010. Leaders said it was the decision to invest resources in reaching hard-to-count Californians that paid dividends, noting that the state’s success with people who …continue reading

This week, Representative Gilbert R. Cisneros, Jr. (CA-39) joined the U.S. Census Bureau during its 2020 Census Asian Week of Action to encourage the AAPI Community to participate in the census. It can be filled out by mail, phone, or online at https://2020census.gov/ and in 13 different languages, including English, …continue reading