2020 CENSUS

The 2020 Census enumeration period has ended, as of October 15, 2020. Thank you to all who took the time to fill out your Census questionnaire and ensure that Queens receives our fair share of federal resources and representation.

The final, unofficial self-response rates of our area, according to the United States Census Bureau, are as follows:

  • Queens: 62.8 percent — up 2.0 percent from the borough’s 2010 Census self-response rate
  • New York City: 61.9 percent
  • New York State: 64.2 percent
  • United States: 67.0 percent
Additional U.S. Census Bureau video guides to completing the 2020 Census can be viewed by clicking the links below. For a more comprehensive list of languages for which video tutorials are available, click here.

Español
(Spanish)

 

বাংলা
(Bengali)

 

普通話
(Mandarin)

 

ربى
(Arabic)

 

한국어
(Korean)

 

हिंदी
(Hindi)

 

Português
(Portuguese)

 

русский
(Russian)

 

עברית
(Hebrew)

 

नेपाली
(Nepalese)

 

Polski
(Polish)

 

فارسی
(Farsi)

 

Queens Census Calendar

Make Queens count! The 2020 Census is here. Print your own 1.3″ by 4″ Queens Complete Count Committee sticker on Avery 5162 labels by clicking here.

2020 Census Resource Assistance Center at Queens Borough Hall 

QUEENS COMPLETE COUNT COMMITTEE

Get counted, Queens! Print your own 1.3″ by 4″ 2020 Census sticker on Avery 5162 labels by downloading the below image here.

The 2020 Census is a top priority for the Borough President and the people of Queens. The response rate will determine how much federal funding we receive and how much representation we will have in the U.S. House of Representatives for the next ten years.

Queens is the most diverse county in the United States, and this is a source of pride. But our diversity also poses unique challenges when it comes to ensuring that every Queens resident is counted in the decennial Census. In the current political climate, many immigrants are afraid to share personal information with the government. And given the ongoing impacts of racial discrimination, African American communities have been among the most undercounted populations in New York City.

The Borough President’s Complete Count Committee (Queens CCC) is a diverse network of trusted community partners committed to ensuring that everyone in Queens is counted in the 2020 Census. They meet on a monthly basis for trainings, strategy sessions, and information exchanges.

The Queens CCC members also volunteer at outreach events, host Census job fairs, and hold events to promote the 2020 Census in hard-to-count communities. This is an exciting collaboration that accepts new members on an ongoing basis if they meet two simple criteria: prior community involvement and availability to participate. To apply, click here and complete the membership application.

For more information about the Queens CCC, contact Timothy Chubinidze, Special Assistant on Immigrant & Intercultural Affairs, at [email protected] or (718) 286-2649

CENSUS 101: WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

The United States Census Bureau is currently conducting its decennial count of every resident living in the United States, as mandated by the U.S. Constitution.

Taking part in the Census not only helps ensure our borough will receive its fair share in federal funding and representation, it is also our civic duty.

Below are informational fliers in 18 different languages, containing everything you need to know about the Census and why it is so critical that all of us be counted. 

Click on the language to download the fliers. 

Español
(Spanish)

عربى
(Arabic)

Português brasileiro
(Brazilian Portuguese)

中文
(Chinese simplified)

فارسی
(Farsi)

עברית
(Hebrew)

한국어
(Korean)

 

नेपाली
(Nepalese)

پښتو
(Pashto)

Polski
(Polish)

Português
(Portuguese)

Türk
(Turkish)

اردو
(Urdu)

JOBS & OUTREACH

Employment Opportunities

The U.S. Census Bureau is recruiting to fill hundreds of thousands of temporary positions across the country to assist with the 2020 Census count.

To apply or learn more about the various jobs available in our area, click here.

Outreach Materials

Community partners like the Queens Complete Count Committee play an important role in supporting a complete and accurate count in 2020.

To help partners effectively engage their communities, the U.S. Census Bureau offers materials about the 2020 Census that can be shared with the public and provides resources that explain what partners can do to contribute.

For additional outreach materials and other Census resources, click here.