The Complete Count Committee represents a cross-section of community members and staff experts to increase participation in the 2020 Census. Committee members chair subcommittees focused on boosting participation through education, outreach and providing resources to the community. If you’d like to volunteering one of the following Census Subcommittees, fill our Volunteer Form or contact us.
City-County Coordination Subcommittee
Coordinates Pinellas County’s Complete Count Committee with the municipalities.
Education, Youth & Age-Friendly Subcommittee
Representatives from schools, local colleges, workforce training organizations and senior organizations work to ensure an accurate count for all ages.
Faith-based groups and institutions increase awareness of the benefits of a complete count among members.
Public Information Subcommittee
Promotes public and media awareness of the Census , with a special focus on public information to areas that have historically been undercounted.
Civic & Multicultural Groups Subcommittee
Civic/multicultural groups and institutions in Pinellas County focused on raising awareness of the Census and programs it supports throughout the community.
A cross-section of businesses within the community that leverage their reach to a wide scope of people, and promote the Census within their businesses to ensure a high participation rate.
Coordinates outreach among neighborhood associations and other residential communities, targeting housing types with high residential counts to maximize the reach of education about the Census. [e.g.: multi-family; apartments; condos; mobile home parks; assisted living facilities etc.]
Coordinates county departments with nonprofit agencies and other organizations to identify, locate and reach out to undercounted populations to increase their participation in the Census. Examples of a undercounted population would include those without internet access, as well as homeless and low-income populations.