2020 Census

The census is mandated by the Constitution to count everyone in the United States every ten years. The census count helps determine how much representation we have in Congress and sets federal funding levels that affect schools, roads, and hospitals. That's why it is critical to get a complete and accurate count.

We all have a role to play in making sure all New Mexicans get counted so we can receive our fair share of federal funding. You can make a major difference for New Mexico by responding to the 2020 Census if you haven't already. You can respond online at my2020census.gov, by phone at (844) 330-2020, or by mail using official Census Bureau mailings. Learn more about how to respond to the 2020 Census by visiting the U.S. Census Bureau website.

Find out more about the census through the links below:

  • 2020 Census Website
    • Learn about the census and how it impacts communities, and find information from the U.S. Census Bureau on how to respond, who to count and where to count yourself, your privacy and security when responding to the census, and more.
  • Responding to the Census
    • Find instructions on how to complete the census in three ways: online, by phone, and by mail.
  • 2020 Census Jobs
    • The U.S. Census Bureau is hiring temporary part-time positions. Learn more about job details and how to apply.
  • Who To Count
    • Before completing the census, you need to know where to count yourself and who to count with you in your family.
  • Questions Asked on the Form
    • Explore the 2020 Census form and the questions you will be asked.
  • How the Census Bureau Protects Your Data
    • Learn about the Census Bureau's legal duty to protect your information.
  • Avoiding Frauds and Scams
    • Find tips on how to stay safe and determine what is an official U.S. Census Bureau communication.

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