As trusted voices in our community, our partners are essential to the success of Placer’s 2020 Census to ensure that every person in Placer County is counted. The Placer Counts toolkit contains messaging and promotional materials for you to share with community members in your networks — especially those in hard-to-count areas of the county — in order to encourage participation.
Download FULL PARTNER TOOLKIT and materials (.zip file; ~45 MB)
The partner toolkit includes background, key messages, activity ideas, and resources ranging from logos and social media language to flyers and posters.
You can also view the toolkit PDF here, and choose from selected materials below:
- Flyer, Posters, One Pager
- Doorhanger, Rack Card
- Sample Social Media Posts
- Emails, Newsletters
- Text/Call Scripts
- Video, Audio
- Related Links
Have the ability to send short mass calls or texts? Here are some rough scripts you can customize for your community.
This is a reminder that the Census will be taking place this Spring. You will receive a postcard in March detailing how you can safely and confidentially complete your form online or request a paper form. Remember to count everyone in your house. Learn more at 2020Census.gov
The 2020 Census is important to Placer County. What matters to you? Schools? Transportation? Hospitals? Data from the Census helps inform planning efforts for all these important community resources. Learn more at 2020Census.gov
Help make sure Placer County gets our fair share of representation by completing the 2020 Census. An accurate count will determine how many seats our state gets in the U.S. House of Representatives. Learn more at 2020Census.gov
The deadline to complete the online Census form is April 30. Federal law keeps your responses safe, so take your 2020 Census with peace of mind. It’s important so that our Placer community gets its fair share of federal resources. Visit 2020Census.gov
Placer Counts is currently producing a custom video for use among our partners. It will be distributed once ready in January. In the meantime, here are federal resources:
U.S. Census Bureau Video PSAs:
They Also Count (Spanish)