County of Alameda, CA
County of Alameda, CA

Census 2020

our community counts, our community belongs

Why the Census Matters

Alameda County Counts: our voices, services, and community counts

Complete Count Committee

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The Alameda County Complete Count Committee for Census 2020 (CCC) will be a regional cross sector stakeholder group working collaboratively to maximize participation in Census 2020, innovatively promote Census jobs, and effectively communicate with the public. The Committee members will utilize local knowledge, coordinate connections, and convey messages to their agency’s networks or service populations among Hard-to-Count communities.

Our Committee will provide partners with information from the Census Bureau and State Census Office, as well as opportunities to share updates, learn best practices, acquire tools, and develop appropriate messaging. These meetings are open to the public for all organizations and individuals working to promote Census 2020.

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Become a Census Ambassador Program

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In April 2018, the Alameda County Board of Supervisors approved a resolution which called upon the Administration to remove the proposed citizenship question and to ensure a complete, fair, and accurate count for the 2020 Census.

Contact Us

For questions / comments, please contact:

Alessia Simmonds
Outreach Manager
Alameda County Complete Count Committee
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