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Census Mailback Responses


By Margot Grant
San Mateo County


This weekend is our last push to encourage mailback response participation in the 2010 Census! As of Monday, April 19th all Questionnaire Assistance Centers (QACs) and Be Counted (BCs) sites will shut down operations as we transition into the Non-Response Follow Up (NARFU) stage of the 2010 Census.

If you hear of folks who have not been counted, please refer the public to one of the 2010 Census Toll-free help lines. These Centers can conduct the 2010 Census interview over the phone, answer any questions, or have a Questionnaire sent to a residence.

o English: 1-866-872-6868

o Chinese: 1-866-935-2010

o Korean: 1-866-955-2010

o Russian: 1-866-965-2010

o Spanish: 1-866-928-2010

o Vietnamese: 1-866-945-2010

o TDD (Telephone Display Device for the hearing impaired): 1-866-783-2010

Open between 8 am - 9 pm local time, 7 days a week.


Also, at our last CCC meeting, Manny Santamaria with the Silicon Valley Community Foundation, announced that Voto Latino is giving away free iTunes songs through a mobile marketing campaign. More information can be found by visiting: http://www.votolatino.org/becounted/2010/03/download-the-official-silicon-valley-be-counted-mobile-app/


Please let me know if you have additional outreach opportunities or if you need additional supplies.

Thank you for your hard work and dedication!

Margot


San Mateo County Mailback Response Rates -
San Mateo County -- 70 %

1. Atherton -- 75 %

2. Belmont -- 74 %

3. Brisbane --69 %

4. Burlingame -- 70 %

5. Colma -- 62 %

6. Daly City -- 65 %

7. East Palo Alto -- 56 %

8. Foster City -- 74 %

9. Half Moon Bay -- 74 %

10. Hillsborough -- 75 %

11. Menlo Park -- 71 %

12. Millbrae -- 75 %

13. Pacifica -- 71 %

14. Portola Valley -- 74 %

15. Redwood City -- 70 %

16. San Bruno -- 69 %

17. San Carlos -- 76 %

18. San Mateo -- 71 %

19. South San Francisco -- 70 %

20. Woodside -- 74 %

Unincorporated:

Pescadero/ La Honda/ Loma Mar -- 68 %

San Gregorio -- 73 %

El Granada/ Miramar -- 72 %

Montara/ Moss Beach -- 71 %

North Fair Oaks -- 75 %

Highlands -- 81 %

Nearby mailback response rates:

Santa Clara County -- 71 %
San Francisco City & County -- 64 %
Santa Cruz County -- 68 %
Marin County -- 70 %
Contra Costa -- 69 %
Alameda -- 67 %

California -- 66 %
National average -- 68 %

To view information online or by the individual tract level, visit: http://2010.census.gov/2010census/take10map/



Margot Grant
Census Coordinator,
County of San Mateo
(650) 363-1947
www.co.sanmateo.ca.us/census

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