St. Johns County loses $14,450 over ten
years for each resident not counted.

2020 Census – Your Participation Matters

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The once-a-decade population housing count directly affects representation in government, determines the amount of funding our community receives over the next ten years, and provides necessary data to adequately plan future needs in St. Johns County, Florida, and across the United States. See the sample Census questionnaire.

We all Count.

Your response helps inform decisions about funding services and infrastructure including health care, senior centers, jobs, political representation,roads, and schools. Over 675 billion dollars flow back to local communities each year based on census data.

Safe. Secure. Confidential.

Your responses to the Census are safe, secure, and protected by law. Your answers can only be used to produce statistics—they cannot be used against you in any way. By law, all responses to Census Bureau surveys are kept completely confidential.

Get Counted.

Nearly every household will receive an invitation to participate in the Census and will have the option to respond online, by mail, or by phone. If you respond online or by mail, you will be counted and no one will have to visit your house.

Get Notifications

Sign up to receive timely notifications regarding the 2020 Census, including reminders to self-enumerate. All notifications will come from the United States Census Bureau.