Tool Kit | 2020 Dallas Census

Tool Kit

Ready to help the 2020 Census effort for Dallas County? Download printable + digital assets below to show why together, We All Count. If you need assistance in printing, please reach out to census@alphabusinessimages.com. Click on the green link to view files. 

Email Week of July 6

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City Officials in Dallas County Care About Our Communities

Full Census Count Critical for Communities

Census Workers Have Something to Say

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Cruise for the Census

Cruising for the Census

ULA x Dallas County: Lowriders cruise through Oak Cliff

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Social Media Week of July 6

 

City officials in Dallas County care about our communities. Here's what they say about the importance of taking the census:

 

“Understand how people are accounted for in this city, county and state. This is often a measure by which resources are allocated. It is imperative that everyone understands the importance of completing the census.”

Crystal Ross

City of Dallas Park and Recreation Department

Census participation impacts, not just families in our communities, but across the region as well. Molly J. Coryell, City of Carrollton Planner, Development Services says: 

 

“Census efforts have allowed abutting cities and counties to see the impacts of widespread collaboration across a region. We all benefit from a higher regional and statewide response rate and not just a good response within defined political boundaries such as city limits and county lines.”

Federal funding for educational services can only be determined by census data that's provided by the participation of those that take the census. 

 

Assistant Superintendent of Innovation and Leadership, Angel Rivera of Mesquite ISD says:

 

“As an educational entity, we rely heavily on census numbers to determine education and other related services. I hope we are able to serve as a resource in our local communities and can alleviate some of the fears associated with the census, while still encouraging all citizens to participate.“

Fair political representation is needed when the redistricting process happens. Our community voice deserves to be represented by leadership that has our best interest at heart for our neighborhoods' success.

 

Troy Wynne, Planning and Community Development for the City of Irving says: 

 

“A successful 2020 Census, one with a complete and accurate count of all residents of Irving, Dallas County and the State of Texas will arm our residents with the political clout they deserve. This political representation allows us to lobby for transportation dollars and other resources needed to ensure a future where everyone who lives in Texas has the opportunity to succeed.”

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Join us on July 12th to celebrate Chicano heritage with a special collaboration between United Lowrider Association (ULA) and Dallas County. The goal is to bring awareness and access to the neighborhood so you can take the census and be heard.

 

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Date: July 12th

Time: 2pm-4pm

Cruise route: Mountain View College Illinois to Hampton to end on Jefferson

Hotspot 1: Mercado369 - 369 W Jefferson Blvd, Dallas TX, 75208

Hotspot 2: Levine - 511 W Jefferson Blvd, Dallas, TX 75208

 

Come and enjoy some good food, music, and giveaways while participating in the census count.

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Cruising down the street with a purpose. Join Dallas County and United Lowriders Association (ULA) to bring the community together and gain access to the census. The Hispanic community needs you to get counted so we can receive fair representation, programs and services in our neighborhood. 

 

Event details:

Date: July 12th

Time: 2pm-4pm

Cruise route: Mountain View College Illinois to Hampton to end on Jefferson

Hotspot 1: Mercado369 - 369 W Jefferson Blvd, Dallas TX, 75208

Hotspot 2: Levine - 511 W Jefferson Blvd, Dallas, TX 75208

 

Boogie to some music, eat some bomb food and contribute to the census.

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United we're stronger!

Your community needs you to take the census and get counted. Enjoy a day with Dallas County and United Lowriders Association (ULA) to access the census. We'll be cruising through the neighborhood to bring census awareness straight to the people.

 

Event details:

Date: July 12th

Time: 2pm-4pm

Cruise route: Mountain View College Illinois to Hampton to end on Jefferson

Hotspot 1: Mercado369 - 369 W Jefferson Blvd, Dallas TX, 75208

Hotspot 2: Levine - 511 W Jefferson Blvd, Dallas, TX 75208

 

Eat. Boogie. Get counted.

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