- Online [my2020census.gov].
- By phone.
- By mail
Here’s what the Census Bureau needs to know: The number of people living or staying in your home, the type of home you live or stay in, your telephone number, your name, your gender, your age, your date of birth, your ethnicity and your race. These questions will also need to be filled out for any additional people who were living or staying in your home on April 1st, 2020.
“The Census does not share your telephone number and it will only be used to verify information on your Census form, if necessary,” the Census Bureau reassures participants.
The city is trying hard to encourage residents to participate so St. Louis can get its fair share of federal funds. Early this week, City Hall has been hosting Census Bureau workers outside so people can stop by and do their part.
“Our fair share of federal funding depends on your response, so stand up and be counted!”