The City of Minneapolis and the 2020 Census
The U.S. Census is a count of all residents in the United States taken every 10 years and is required by the U.S. Constitution. It is used to determine political representation and federal funding distribution for governments, including at the state and local levels. In 2020, it will determine how many congressional representatives Minnesota will have for the next decade. Getting an accurate and complete count of all residents is vital. Sign up for the latest We Count news for the 2020 census.
Join the We Count campaign at community events this summer.
11 a.m. - 6 p.m.
1304 N. 10th Ave.
|World Refugee Day||June 20|
11 a.m. - 3 p.m.
|Minneapolis City Hall|
350 S. 5th St., Minneapolis
|Pride Festival||June 22 & 23||Loring Park|
1382 Willow St.
|2020 Census Neighborhood Association Gathering||June 25|
5:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.
|Center for Changing Lives|
2400 Park Avenue, Minneapolis
|Somali Independence Day||June 29|
|West Lake Street|
From Blaisdell to Stevens Ave.
|Urban League Family Day||Aug. 24|
|Plymouth Avenue North |
From Newton to Oliver
World Refugee Day June 20, 2019
The We Count campaign is participating in World Refugee Day at City Hall. Come out to enjoy food, dance, special guests and a discussion with local organizations on refugees and community solidarity. On June 20, we recognize the strength, courage and perseverance of immigrants forced from home. We contribute. We matter. We Count.
Complete Count Committee
The City is taking steps to ensure that the 2020 census accurately counts Minneapolis's residents through the establishment of a community-led Complete Count Committee to guide the creation of the We Count engagement campaign. Read more and apply for open seats on the committee...
Census 2020 Map
Last updated Jun 12, 2019