Join us in Grizzly Hall for short, informational videos about the upcoming United States census; Wednesday, March 4; 6 p.m. Tuesday, March 10; 10 a.m. Friday, March 20; noon Wednesday, March 25. More here from the Wyoming State Library website.
Every person living in the United States is required to be counted in the census, regardless of occupation, citizenship, residence, or age. In addition to phone call and mail-in submissions, the 2020 Census is the first ever census to allow forms to be completed online. The census is safe, easy, and important. The answers you submit to the Census Bureau are protected by law and cannot be used against you in any way.
Remember: The official United States Census will never ask you for your social security number, bank account, credit card, money, or donations, nor will the Census Bureau contact you on behalf of a political party.
Follow these links to documents and websites with more information:
- Census 2020 Frequently Asked Questions
- Official Census 2020 Sample Questionnaire
- Census 101: What You Need to Know
- Official United States Census Bureau on the 2020 Census
- The U.S. Census Bureau on Avoiding Census Frauds and Scams
- The State of Wyoming’s 2020 Census: Wyoming Counts