2020 Decennial Census

Every 10 years, the U.S. Census Bureau conducts a census to count the number of people living in the United States. The Decennial Census population counts are used to determine the number of seats each state has in the U.S. House of Representatives and at the State level to review and redraw the boundaries of the congressional and state legislative districts in their states. Additionally, Decennial Census data are used in the redistribution of taxpayer dollars by more than 130 Federal programs.

Vermont’s Statewide Complete Count Commission

PDF iconVermont 2020 Census Strategy Presentation (PDF)

PDF iconVT 2020 Complete Count Press Release (PDF)

PDF iconVT Counting for Dollars 2020 Report (PDF)

PDF icon2020 Census Jobs in Vermont (PDF)

PDF icon2020 Decennial Partnerships News - January (PDF)

FileSCCC 1-22-2020 Meeting Agenda (DOCX)

For information about VT’s Complete Count Commission please contact:

Jason Broughton, State Librarian &
Vermont Complete Count Committee Chair
Jason.broughton@vermont.gov
https://libraries.vermont.gov/
802-636-0031

Michael Moser, Vermont Complete Count Committee Coordinator
Coordinator - VT State Census Data Center
Research Specialist- Center for Rural Studies
michael.moser@uvm.edu
802-656-0864