New Census Data Website- Want a data profile of your city or county? Check out the new Census Bureau data website. The new site has an improved search experience, more ways to search for data, and the ability to download multiple tables at once. With the launch of the new data site the American Fact Finder will no longer be updated as of June 2019. Check out the new site at data.census.gov.
Census Bureau Fact Sheets in Multiple Languages- Materials in Korean, Japanese, Polish, Arabic, Haitian Creole, Vietnamese, Simplified and Traditional Chinese, Portuguese, Spanish, Tagalog, French, Russian and others, click here.
Census Academy- New to using Census Bureau data? The Census Academy can help. It is a virtual hub to learn how to use data from the bureau. There are some great “data gem” videos on specific subjects as well as online courses and webinars that you can participate in. If you click on the “Newsroom” at the bottom of the Census Academy homepage you can find a lot of tip sheets and other resources. Start using the Census Academy today.
2020 Census Website- Find information about the 2020 Census here.
Young Children Count- Why is the census so important to young children? Three national partners discuss the importance of the census to children in this short video.
- Everyone Counts [PDF] (English)
- Todos Cuentan [PDF] (Español)
- http://www.winwinaction.org/wp-content/uploads/ftp/Census_2020_2_Pager.pdf (English)
- http://www.winwinaction.org/wp-content/uploads/ftp/Censo_2020_2_paginas.pdf (Español)
- WCA: Washington Census Alliance
- Philanthropy Northwest
- Washington Nonprofits - 2020 Census Action Kit for Nonprofits
Renters in the Census
Incarcerated Individuals in the Census
Young Children in the Census
LGBTQIA Community in the Census
Latinos in the Census
Asian Americans in the Census
- Will you count? Asian Americans and Native Hawaiians and Pacific Islanders (NHPI) in the 2020 Census
African Americans in the Census
American Indians in the Census
Middle Eastern and North African Americans in the Census