It’s easy for you to be counted. Every 10 years, the United States counts everyone who lives in the country, regardless of age, nationality, or ability. It is important for everyone to respond to the 2020 Census so that communities like yours can receive the funding they need for health care, accessibility services, and more. The 2020 Census is accessible for everyone. Beginning in mid-March 2020, you can respond to the census by answering a handful of questions online, by phone, or by mail.
If you have deafness or a hearing loss, you can:
The online questionnaire is accessible to people with a wide range of disabilities. If you prefer to respond by mail but do not receive a questionnaire in your first mailing from the U.S. Census Bureau, you can wait for the fourth mailing, in mid-April 2020, which will include a questionnaire. If you have blindness or low vision, you can print a guide to the questionnaire in braille or large print from 2020CENSUS.GOV.
Respond to the census using telephone devices for hearing impaired.
› Access video guides to the questionnaire in American Sign Language on 2020CENSUS.GOV. › View online videos and webcasts with closed or open captioning. › Request a visit from a census taker who uses American Sign Language.
Endorsed by the Williamson County Complete Count Committee
For more information, visit: 2020CENSUS.GOV
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