You’re Invited to the Brooklyn Complete Count Committee’s Next Public Meeting:
“Getting Ready for Census 2020: City and Statewide Resources to #MakeBrooklynCount”
Wednesday, February 27th
Brooklyn Borough Hall
209 Joralemon Street
This meeting will update Brooklyn nonprofits, civic institutions, and community groups on the progress of State and City level census activities, and plans for resources that will be made available to frontline organizations.
Brooklyn is considered the “hardest to count” county in all of New York State, and had the lowest response rate in 2010 among all counties nationwide with populations over 500,000. The Brooklyn Complete Count Committee is determined to #MakeBrooklynCount in 2020 by maximizing local coordination, messaging, and outreach to communities across the borough.