March 2020- The public can begin responding to the 2020 Census online at my2020census.gov. Replying by mail or phone will also be an option.
March 5, 2020- First Complete Count Committee will meet at Land O’ Lakes Recreation Center to continue our awareness campaign.
April 2020- Every 10 years, we observe Census Day on April 1.
June 2020 through July 2020- Census takers go door to door to count people who have not responded to the 2020 Census. Census takers are Census Bureau employees and will provide proof that they are official government personnel.
December 31, 2020- By the date, as required by the law, the Census Bureau reports to the President of the United States the population count and the apportionment of seats in the U.S. House of Representatives to each state.
2021- Initial 2020 Census data are made available to the public on census.gov.