2020 Census in Nebraska
2020 Census Resources for Communities
Blanca Ramirez-Salazar, partnership specialist, U.S. Census Bureau-Denver Region
firstname.lastname@example.org | 720-501-7478
David Drozd, research coordinator, Nebraska State Data Center
email@example.com | 402.554.2132
You can download a list of partnership specialists working in Nebraska. Partnership staff work with contacts from specific population groups and community leaders to ensure the best census count possible.
2020 Census and Beyond: The Citizenship Question - The 2020 Census will not ask about citizenship. This webinar will dispel misinformation and show you how you can spread the correct information. Produced by the UNO Center for Public Affairs Research.
Promotional Materials - Includes overview materials; guides and toolkits; materials for specific groups (including Materials for Rural Audiences); and related materials.
Quick Packets - Do you need Census materials for your outreach to hard-to-count communities? Don't have time to search for the promotional materials you need? Download and print what you need from these grab-and-go packets of information and handouts for targeted populations!
- Census Basics Quick Packet
- Urban Communities Quick Packet
- Rural Communities Quick Packet
- Hispanic and Immigrant Communities Quick Packet
- Schools and Families with Children Quick Packet
- College Campus Quick Packet
The 2020 Census at a Glance - Counting everyone once, only once, and in the right place. This handout explains the reasons for the census, key milestones, and provides an overview of Census Bureau programs.
Why We Ask Factsheet - The 2020 Census is easy. The questions are simple. This handout explains why the questions are asked.
Why the 2020 Census is Important to Nebraska (infographic).
Census 101 (infographic)
Libraries' Guide to the 2020 Census by the American Library Association
Language Resources from the Census Bureau
You do not have to reinvent the wheel for your Complete Count Committee or community stakeholders to have a robust media strategy! Use these templates to tailor a social media strategy that is right for your community and record public service announcements from local trusted leaders.
Boundary and Annexation Survey
The Boundary and Annexation Survey is an annual opportunity for tribal, state, and local governments to submit changes to legal boundaries, names, and governmental status of their jurisdictions. The first key deadline for the BAS is March 1 of each year. If that is missed, it is still important the information be submitted by the final deadline of May 31. Read the flyer.
Information for municipalities to participate in the important 2020 BAS will be mailed to the highest elected official around January 1, 2020.