Have you completed your Census?


Make sure you are counted, Boston

Dear Bostonian,

Time is running out to participate in the U.S. 2020 Census.

This once-in-a-decade opportunity will determine the amount of elected representatives Boston will have, how legislative districts will be formed, and the amount of federal funding we will receive for crucial services and programs for the next 10 years.

As of this email, only 57.4% of Boston’s households have self-responded. We are now 14 days away from the last day to be counted (September 30).
This is an urgent call to all of Boston’s communities to make sure they’ve completed the U.S. 2020 Census. On this day and throughout the month of September, we encourage you to:
  • Fill out the 2020 CensusYou can do so online or by phone, and either of these options is available in 13 languages. If you already have done so, make sure to ask your friends, family, and networks to do the same.
  • Spread the message digitally. Use our outreach toolkit to amplify that responding is not only crucial, but it is also quick, easy, and confidential.
  • Volunteer to census phone bank with the City of Boston. We are hosting daily phone banks to reach out and encourage households in some of our lowest response neighborhoods. You can share this opportunity via this form. If you have already filled out the volunteer form, sign up for a shift.
Please take the time to help however you can and ensure your networks know how to be counted.

Thank you,

Mayor Walsh
City of Boston Mayor Martin J. Walsh
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Boston City Hall, 1 City Hall Square, Boston, Massachusetts 02201, United States

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