No matter
where you’re from
what your nationality is
who you live with
Macon-Bibb Counts

No matter where you’re from, or your nationality. No matter your immigration status or who you live with, for the U.S. Census, everyone who lives here counts, even those who you wouldn’t think count.

The census counts everyone so that things get better for all of us. And that is what matters. Learn more at

Census 2020

The U.S. Census has been conducted every ten years since 1790. Every decade, we account for everyone living in Georgia so that we can prepare for the years to come. The 2020 Census will be historical because it is the first census that will be filled out largely online. Read below to learn more about how the Census affects you, your community, and the entire state of Georgia.

The federal government uses census data to determine how to distribute financial aid, so each citizen that participates in the census directly contributes to their own well-being.


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Apportioning each state’s representation in the U.S. House of Representatives and redrawing their congressional districts are two of the most important uses of the population data collected by the decennial census.

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The census offers a lot of information to governments, researchers, and businesses. It helps them focus on strategies and develop plans to improve communities over time.

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There are three ways to respond to the 2020 Census


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2020 Census Jobs

The U.S. Census Bureau is recruiting to fill hundreds of thousands of temporary positions across the country to assist with the 2020 Census count.


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