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The Census Bureau has made it easier than ever to respond to the decennial census. You can respond online, by phone or by mail. Starting March 12, 2020 the Census Bureau mailed invitation letters to complete the Census. This letter includes a 12-digit census ID code (see a sample here). The invitation instructs you to ...
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Because of the COVID-19 outbreak, many colleges and universities have postponed, moved to online-only classes, or closed down for the semester. This means students are returning home or living with relatives and/or friends temporarily. The 2020 Census needs to count all college students at their usual residence, no matter where they physically are at this ...
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As of April 8, 2020, 39.8% of Hawaii’s households have responded to the 2020 Census. Many people with P.O. Boxes in Hawaii have not yet received their Census questionnaire.  If you’ve not received your questionnaire, you can still respond online or over the phone by using your street or rural route address.  If you’ve not ...
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Online self-response for the 2020 Census started on March 12th and is still ongoing; Americans are responding online every day at https://my2020census.gov/! However, in response to the COVID-19 outbreak, the Census Bureau has adjusted their 2020 Census operations.  A major adjustment for Hawaii is that people who receive their mail through P.O. Box are not ...
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Today, the country starts responding to the 2020 Census.  For the first time ever, you can respond to the census online or over the phone, but there’s still the paper questionnaire too.  In addition to the new the ways to respond, the Census Bureau has expanded language support for the questionnaire. Responding online Between March 12-20, ...
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Join the Hawaii Government Complete Count Committee, Hawaii Community Foundation, Pacific Resource Partnership, Hawaii Executive Collaborative and the U.S. Census Bureau on Tuesday January 14th for a free event to learn about how the 2020 Census will be conducted, why 2020 will be so important and learn how to become a Census ambassador in your community. ...
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Join the 2020 Census team! The Census Bureau is hiring both office and field positions for the 2020 Census. Use the resources below to learn about the application process and get started, or call (808) 650-6611 to speak with someone at the ACO about hiring. Resource Links Qualifications and What to Expect Application Process Hiring ...
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May 23, 2019. The U.S. Census Bureau released its 2018 housing unit and subcounty population estimates today. The release contained subcounty population estimates from 2010 to 2018. Urban Honolulu Census Designated Place (CDP) is the only subcounty area in Hawaii for which the Bureau provides population estimates on an annual basis. Housing unit estimates for ...
Read More 2018 Housing Unit and Subcounty Population Estimates for Hawaii Released

On April 1, 2019, Governor David Y. Ige announced the formation of the Hawaii Government Complete Count Committee (HGCCC), which will coordinate state and county government efforts to encourage Hawaii residents to be counted during the 2020 Census. In support of the Committee’s efforts, Gov. Ige and Lt. Gov. Josh Green proclaimed April 1, 2019 ...
Read More Governor David Y. Ige announces Hawaii Government Complete Count Committee for the 2020 Census

May 24, 2018.  The U.S. Census Bureau released its 2017 subcounty and 2017 housing unit estimates today. The release contained subcounty population estimates from 2010 to 2017. Urban Honolulu Census Designated Place (CDP) is the only subcounty area in Hawaii estimated by the Bureau on an annual basis.  Housing unit estimates for the state and ...
Read More 2017 Subcounty and 2017 Housing Units Estimates for Hawaii Released