Census 2010 In Indiana

Census in Indiana: Counting Down to 2020

This site is for Hoosiers by Hoosiers. We will provide timely information on Census 2020 and related activities that impact our communities. This will be Indiana's 21st Census. The State’s first federal census was conducted in August of 1820. 

Announcements

The Indiana State Census Complete Count kickoff meeting

Indiana’s Census 2020 Complete Count Committee kickoff meeting was held on Monday, August 19, 2019, at 1 p.m. ET in the Indiana Government Center South Auditorium. The Census 2020 Complete Count Committee will be staffed by the Indiana Department of Administration. The purpose of the meeting is to continue coordinating the state’s outreach efforts to encourage all Hoosiers to answer the census. Meeting speakers included Marilyn Sanders, regional director of the Chicago Census Bureau office and Carol Rogers, liaison to the Bureau. An accurate census count is vital to obtain federal funding for economic development, public health, education, housing and research, as well as to maintain Indiana’s representation in the U.S. House of Representatives.

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