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Colorado Census 2020

Everyone Counts in Colorado.

Welcome to the Colorado Census 2020 Homepage

Census Day is April 1, 2020.

This website provides information about the Census along with resources communities and constituent groups can use to achieve a complete count of people in Colorado.

The contents of this page will develop as we get closer to Census Day, April 1, 2020.

This site is maintained by the State Demography Office. Be sure to visit this site often.

Why Complete the Census?

Completing the Census provides multiple benefits for the State of Colorado and your community. It also gives you the chance to show the world that you are here.

Reasons to complete the Census

Census Fact Sheets

Short descriptions of key census topics.

Census Fact Sheets

Census FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions about the Census.
Answers to your questions about the Census, its contents, and how you complete it.
Questions are updated periodically.

Read the Frequently Asked Questions

Census Jobs

A listing of Census jobs offered by the U.S. Census Bureau.
Census Jobs

Census News

A collection of some news stories concerning the 2020 Census.
Census News

State Complete Count Campaign

The Colorado Complete Count Campaign (CCC) is a volunteer committee established to increase awareness about Census 2020 and to motivate residents in the community to respond with the result of the best, most accurate, count in Colorado.

Learn More about the Census Complete Count Campaign

Resources for Communities

Find resources, handouts, posters and other materials describing the 2020 Census.

Go to the Resources Page

Census Data Tools

  • The Census Response Tracker: An online tool for tracking Census form submissions. Data will be available beginning April, 2020.
  • Census Response Outreach Area Mapper: The Response Outreach Area Mapper (ROAM) is a tool developed by the U.S. Census Bureau to identify hard-to-survey areas.

Go to the Census Response Tracker and the Census Response Outreach Area Mapper