Census 2010 Information
Once every 10 years, the U.S. Census Bureau takes a count of everyone residing in the United States and 2010 was the year of the most recent census.
According to our representatives from the U.S. Census Bureau, each additional person counted adds $880 per year to Federal funding in our community. Missing just 500 people in the Census count would result in a loss of $4.4 million over the 10-year Census period.
A local Complete Count Committee helped the U.S. Census Bureau in completing the 2010 Census.
Resources & Information
Telephone Questionnaire Assistance
TDD (Telephone Display Device for the hearing impaired): 1-866-783-2010
Puerto Rico (in English): 1-866-939-2010
Puerto Rico (in Spanish): 1-866-929-2010
Frequently Asked Questions
Get help with many frequently asked questions
about the 2010 Census.
Our Community's 2010 Census Mail Participation Rate
Track how well our community participated in the census by seeing what percentage of households returned their census forms on the Take 10 Map
e-News Information Service
e News: An information service of the Denver Regional Census Center. This is a special bilingual edition celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month.
U.S. Census Bureau
- Regional Director Highlights
- Questions On Race
- Bilingual Questionnaire
- Support For Census 2010
- April 2010 Edition
Contact the U.S. Census Bureau
for more information at (866) 861-4010.