U.S. Census Bureau Extending Suspension Of Field Operations Due To CoronavirusThe U.S. Census Bureau is suspending its 2020 Census field operations for two additional weeks to April 15.
Coronavirus Delays: U.S. Census Bureau Suspends Field OperationsThe U.S. Census Bureau has suspended field operations for two weeks due to coronavirus.
Census Bureau Makes Changes To Operations Due To CoronavirusUnited States Census Bureau is making changes to its operations plan due to the Coronavirus outbreak.
Pa. Officials Warn Of Potential 2020 Census ScamsPennsylvania officials are warning residents about the potential of 2020 census scams as April approaches.
U.S. Census Bureau Recruiting Workers Via Neighborhood Watch AppsWorkers are needed for the 2020 Census, and the Census Bureau is recruiting via neighborhood watch apps.
Allegheny County Launches 2020 Census WebsiteThe Allegheny County-City of Pittsburgh Complete Count Committee announced the launch of its new 2020 Census website.
Pa. Second Lady Giselle Fetterman To Make Stop In Allegheny Co. As Part Of Census Awareness TourPennsylvania's second lady, Giselle Fetterman, will help lead a campaign to raise awareness of this year's Census Bureau count and encourage residents to respond to the census.
Interested In Becoming A 2020 Census Counter? Carnegie Library Of Pittsburgh Is Offering Employment EventsThe Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh is offering several employment events for people interested in joining the 2020 Census as counters.
Local Pay Up By Nearly 30% To Attract More Census Takers In PittsburghWith the 2020 Census on the horizon, the Census Bureau has raised their pay rates nearly 30% to attract workers.
Preliminary Survey Ahead Of 2020 Census Suggests Pittsburgh, Allegheny County May Have Halted Decline In PopulationA pre-Census survey has suggested that Pittsburgh and Allegheny County's decline in population may have halted.
Governor Tom Wolf Allocates $4 Million For 2020 PA CensusA just-signed law designed to modernize Pennsylvania's election laws and help pay for new voting machines also includes money for the state to bolster federal census efforts.