2020 Census follow-up interviews begin in Colorado

Written by: Erica Manoatl
Date Posted: July 17, 2020

Starting the week of July 30 census workers will be out in north Aurora and Denver conducting nonresponse follow-up interviews with households that have not yet responded to the 2020 Census. Nonresponse follow-up work will take place across the rest of the state beginning August 11.

Census takers will follow social distancing guidelines and wear personal protective equipment (PPE) while interviewing households during this phase. If no one is home, a notice of the visit with information about how to respond to the census will be left at your household. Census takers should have a valid government ID badge with their photograph, an expiration date, and a U.S. Department of Commerce watermark. If you want to confirm a census taker’s identity, you can contact your regional census center to speak with a Census Bureau representative.

If you haven’t responded to the 2020 Census and want to do so before being visited for a nonresponse follow-up interview, there’s still time! You can respond online or by phone with just your home address today.

Erica Manoatl

About Erica Manoatl

Erica Manoatl is the Research Analyst for the Colorado Children’s Campaign. In this role, she supports the organization’s research priorities, data analysis, and writing in all issue areas. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in English from George Washington University and a Master of Public Health in Population and Family Health from Columbia University.