Census Day is April 1, 2020



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Since the very first United States Census in 1790, every year ending with zero has marked the big job of counting every person living in the United States and its territories. Census Day 2020 is fast approaching, and the Town of Clarkdale wants to make sure every resident is counted. Getting a "complete count" is essential to Clarkdale as the count drives the amount of funding our community receives from the Federal Government.
 
The U.S. Census Bureau wants everyone to know:

  • Every person, every age counts!
  • Personal information is safe, and legally protected.
  • Personal information will not be shared with other government agencies.
  • It’s easy! This year, you can respond online, by traditional paper form or by telephone.
  • We all have a civic duty to do our part and respond to the census.
  • A complete count benefits us all.
The Town is committed to working in partnership with the Census Bureau to count every person living in Clarkdale without regard to citizenship. One way the Town will ensure everyone is counted is by assembling an all-volunteer committee of citizens called a Complete Count Committee (CCC). The CCC will be a small group of engaged and active members of the community - perhaps you or your neighbor.  We believe the CCC can bring together the full spectrum of people, from each neighborhood, special interest, cultural, ethnic and socio-economic group. The committee will be appointed by the Town Manager sometime in the summer of 2019, and will start showing up at Town sponsored events (calendar coming soon) to educate the community, answer questions and encourage everybody to be counted. You can help by spreading the word!

More information will be posted here as it becomes available.

If you have any questions, please contact:

Mike Gray, Project Manager
Community Development Department
890 Main Street
Clarkdale, AZ  86324
928-639-2500
mike.gray@clarkdale.az.gov

Or go to: www.census.gov for articles, data and other information.