Census Week: October 25

During the week of October 25, the Department of Planning will roll out a series of new material on the results of the 2020 Census.

  • Background information on the 2020 Census and archival materials such as our Census outreach plan is still available at https://census2020.baltimorecity.gov/
  • Our data and demographics page has been updated to include links to Council District and Neighborhood-level mapping tools to analyze data, and additional resources from other sources and partner organizations

Additionally, the U.S. Census Bureau is soliciting feedback related to its proposed 2020 Census data products. The Bureau is considering reducing the available information, compared to the 2010 summary files, by limiting the geographic coverage for many tables and by eliminating several tables entirely.

A public webinar is scheduled for October 26 at 6 for anyone interested in how to navigate the new data.

Join the webinar via the link below:

Click here to join the meeting

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