We Count Summit

We Count Summit

Did you know 35% (350,745 people) of Fulton County residents live in hard-to-count communities? Ethnic and racial minorities, children and college students are some of the most frequently undercounted populations and many live in low civic engagement areas called "hard-to-count" communities. Hear from Fulton County leaders and census experts on Saturday, February 29 as they discuss effective ways to engage our hard-to-count communities, ahead of the 2020 Census on April 1st. Help determine how $1.5 trillion in federal funds will be distributed in your community. Be Counted, Fulton!

Convened by: Fulton County Commissioner Joe Carn, District 6 and the Fulton County Complete Count Committee.

Hosted by: Mayor Bianca Motley Broom, City of College Park.

Complimentary lunch and parking will be provided. Event is free but registration is required.

For more information visit www.fultoncountyga.gov/Census2020 or call 404-612-2201

For registration, click here.

We Count Summit - February 29, 2020
Day: Saturday, February 29
Time of the Event: 10 A.M. -2 P.M.
Location: Georgia International Convention Center
Directions to Georgia International Convention Center
Add to Calendar 02/29/2020 10:00 02/29/2020 14:00 America/New_York We Count Summit - February 29, 2020 Did you know 35% (350,745 people) of Fulton residents were not counted in the 2010? Ethnic and racial minorities, children and college students are some of the most frequently under-counted populations and many live in low civic engagement areas called "hard-to-count" communities. Hear from Fulton County leaders and census experts on Saturday, February 29 as they discuss effective ways to engage our hard-to-count communities, ahead of the 2020 Census on April 1. Help determine how $1.5 trillion in federal funds will be distributed in your community. Be Counted, Fulton! Georgia International Convention Center