2020 Census Questionnaire Assistance Centers in California’s Central Valley
CVIIC and other nonprofit, public sector and private sectors organizations are establishing 2020 Census Questionnaire Assistance Centers, Questionnaire Assistance Kiosks, and also organizing numerous informational events in California’s Central Valley.
The interactive map below identifies the facilities that have been scheduled to open in Kern, Mono, Tulare, Kings, Fresno, Madera, Merced, Stanislaus and San Joaquin counties. Please check regularly, as we hope to update the interactive map in an ongoing basis during the course of the 2020 Census enumeration process.
If you would like to submit your QAC, QAK or informational event to be included in this map, or if you would like to embed this interactive map in your website, please let us know via the contact form in this website and we will share the code: https://cviic.org/contact-us/
Our objective is to make this tool as useful as possible to partner organizations and also to Central Valley residents looking for information and assistance in order to participate in the 2020 Census enumeration process.
Interactive Map of 2020 Census Questionnaire Assistance Centers (QAC), Questionnaire Assistance Kiosks (QAK) and Informational Events in the Central Valley
QAC: A Questionnaire Assistance Center has computers/tablets, informational materials and trained personnel to assist the public interested in filling out the 2020 Census questionnaire and answer questions.
QAK: A Questionnaire Assistance Kiosk has computers/tablets and informational materials that are available for use by the public. Usually there are no trained personnel to provide in-person assistance or answer questions.
Informational Events: a wide range of informational events are listed, which may include one or many community based organizations. In some there may also be assistance available to help the public fill out the census questionnaire.