Census Workers Will Begin Knocking On Doors
SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – Before the pandemic hit, the year 2020 was all about holidays on the weekend, the Olympics, the presidential election and the census.
Regardless of how tough it’s been, residents still need to be counted in the once-in-a-decade civic practice.
The census count is critical to properly tally who exactly lives within a state’s boundaries to allocate things like federal funds. This is how Utah get those funds sent back from Washington, D.C.
State and local leaders want to get the message out that workers will be knocking on doors of those who haven’t completed the census yet.
For more information on the census, go to my2020census.gov, or call 844-330-2020.
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