2020 Census: Will you help your neighborhood count?

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Make sure NYC counts!

Complete the census online now.

We're approaching the deadline for New Yorkers to complete their census and make sure our city gets the resources it deserves! 

In 2010, only 64% of New Yorkers filled out their census. The city can't afford to fail again. Check out the table below to see how your neighborhood branch community's response rate stacks up so far—then find out what you can do to get our communities counted.


Allerton: 58.2%

Baychester: 72.9%

Belmont: 55.8%

Bronx Library Center: 60.8%

Castle Hill: 60%

City Island: 63.3%

Clason's Point: 55.9%

Eastchester: 54.5%

Edenwald: 53.5%

Francis Martin: 61.6%

Grand Concourse: 61.6%

High Bridge: 63.6%

Hunt's Point: 60.7%

Jerome Park: 65.3%

Kingsbridge: 66.8%

Melrose: 64.6%

Morris Park: 53%

Morrisania: 61.2%

Mosholu: 63.2%

Mott Haven: 60.9%

Parkchester: 65.3%

Pelham Bay: 56.8%

Pelham Parkway-Van Nest: 63.6%

Riverdale: 68.8%

Sedgwick: 64.2%

Soundview: 62.6%

Spuyten Duyvil: 73.4%

Throg's Neck: 55.4%

Tremont: 58.3%

Van Cortlandt: 70.8%

Wakefield: 51.7%

West Farms: 59.1%

Westchester Square: 56.9%

Woodlawn Heights: 59.3%

Woodstock: 61.9%


115th Street: 63.3%

125th Street: 65.5%

53rd Street Branch: 44.4%

58th Street: 49.8%

67th Street: 60%

96th Street: 66.3%

Aguilar: 63.1%

Battery Park City: 58.1%

Bloomingdale: 67.6%

Chatham Square: 61.6%

Columbus: 60.2%

Countee Cullen: 61.6%

Epiphany: 64.9%

Fort Washington: 71%

George Bruce: 66.2%

Grand Central: 55.5%

Hamilton Fish Park: 66.9%

Hamilton Grange: 64.2%

Harlem: 63.2%

Hudson Park: 56.6%

Inwood: 70.4%

Jefferson Market: 57.5%

Kips Bay: 55.1%

Macomb's Bridge: 60.9%

Morningside Heights: 60.3%

Muhlenberg: 58.7%

Mulberry Street: 54%

New Amsterdam: 55%

Ottendorfer: 58.4%

Riverside: 59.4%

Roosevelt Island: 64.3%

Seward Park: 68.3%

St. Agnes: 63.8%

Stavros Niarchos Foundation Library: 49.4%

Terence Cardinal Cooke-Cathedral: 54%

Tompkins Square: 63.1%

Washington Heights: 68.5%

Webster: 68.1%

Yorkville: 58.9%

Staten Island

Dongan Hills: 66.4%

Great Kills: 70.6%

Huguenot Park: 70%

Mariner's Harbor: 62.9%

New Dorp: 66%

Port Richmond: 56.2%

Richmondtown: 69.4%

South Beach: 61.6%

St. George: 54.8%

Stapleton: 59%

Todt Hill-Westerleigh: 69.2%

Tottenville: 64%

West New Brighton: 65%

Filling out your own census is the first step in making sure your community will get important resources and representation over the next decade—but there's even more you can do! Completing the census positively impacts education, healthcare, infrastructure, and so much more. 

Take these easy steps to spread the word about how important this count is. Don't let your neighbhorhood miss out.

Share that you've been counted on Twitter and Facebook and let everyone know why the census is so important!

Remind your friends and family to fill out the census.

The deadline for New Yorkers to be counted is coming up fast—help make sure the city gets what it deserves.

Learn more about the Census.