Census Response Phone Numbers

Nevadans can call any of the numbers below to respond to the 2020 census by phone.

English – (844) 330.2020

​Spanish – (844) 468.2020

Chinese (Mandarin): 844-391-2020 

Vietnamese: 844-461-2020

Korean: 844-392-2020

Tagalog: 844-478-2020

Haitian Creole: 844-477-2020

Our Mission

Ensure that Nevadans get their fair share of federal resources and Congressional representation by encouraging the full participation of all Nevadans in Census 2020.

Our Mission

Ensure that Nevadans get their fair share of federal resources and Congressional representation by encouraging the full participation of all Nevadans in Census 2020.

2020 Census Self-Response by County

Hover / click on a county to see the response percentage

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The Top Three Counties

1st Place Gold Trophy IconChurchill County


Burnt Sienna Trophy IconCarson City


Gray Trophy IconLyon County


NEVADA 62.6%
Congressional District
Response Rates
Congressional District 1 – 54.8% Carson City – 66.8%
Congressional District 2 – 64.3% Churchill County – 69.0%
Congressional District 3 – 67.8% Clark County – 63.0%
Congressional District 4 – 62.4% Douglas County – 64.9%
Elko County – 52.3%
Esmeralda County – 14.2%
Eureka County – 22.5%
Humboldt County – 56.1%
Lander County – 42.7%
Lincoln County – 31.7%
Lyon County – 66.5%
Mineral County – 46.4%
Nye County – 44.9%
Pershing County – 44.6%
Storey County – 60.5%
Washoe County – 65.7%
White Pine County – 45.7%

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 Nevada Census 2020 Key Information

When And How To Respond To NV Census 2020
  • On March 12th to July 31st, every Nevadan will receive an invitation from the U.S. Census Bureau to participate in the 2020 Census.
  • Fill out your census form from March 12th to July 31st by mail, phone, or internet.
  • If you have not responded by July 31st to the 2020 Census, a U.S. Census Bureau Census Taker may come to your door.
  • October 31st is the final deadline to fill out your census. 
  • Go to census.nv.gov to fill out your form OR to your local public library.
Ten Key Reasons To Respond to NV Census 2020
  • Confidential. The Census Bureau is required by law to protect your information and may use the data for statistical purposes only.
  • Fast. It takes about ten minutes to fill out the 2020 Census form.
  • Money Back To Your Community. Nevada could receive more than $20,000 over ten years for every man, woman, and child who is counted in the 2020 Census. This funding helps pay for education, affordable housing, healthcare and infrastructure in YOUR city and county.
  • Easy To Fill Out. There are three ways you can ensure you get counted: online, over the phone, or on a paper mail-in form.
  • Don’t Give Our Fair Share Away. Every Nevadan not counted means we lose our share of federal funding to other states.
  • We’ve Always Done It This Way. The Census is part of U.S. history. We’ve been doing it since 1790.
  • One-Person-One-Vote. The Census ensures fair and equitable representation through elected officials.
  • It’s Our Civic Duty. The Census is mandated by the U.S. Constitution to count EVERYONE living in the United States.
  • It’s Our Future. The results of the 2020 census will help shape Nevada’s future for the next ten years – we cannot afford to miss the opportunity to be counted.
  • Nevada Matters. Be Counted. Help Your Community. You are important and being counted means helping maintain and improve roads, education, health care, and public safety where you live.

Nevada Census 2020 Staff 

Main emailNVCensus2020@gov.nv.gov

The Nevada Complete Count Committee


The Nevada Complete Count Committee brings together members from business, non-profit, and state entities to share knowledge and expertise to encourage all communities, particularly hard-to-count communities to participate in the Nevada Census 2020. 

 View the committee members’ biographies.

Committee Agenda and Resources

Nevada Complete Count Committee

2019 Committee Meetings


Lieutenant Governor Kate Marshall

Chair of the Nevada Complete Count Committee

Phone: (775) 684-7111

Main emailNVCensus2020@gov.nv.gov

Latest News


#Nevada, we are now at 62.6% in the #2020Census. It's time to get to 100%!

CD 3: 67.8%
CD 2: 64.3%
CD 4: 62.4%
CD 1: 54.8%

Completing the census is fast, easy, and secure. Shape Nevada's next decade at http://census.nv.gov or call us at 844-330-2020.


Here's a @CityOfLasVegas vs. @CityofReno update.

Las Vegas is still leading by .3% against Reno!

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The #2020Census helps provide federal funding for Medicaid, Medicare, nutrition programs, health care centers, and so much more!

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