As the deadline for the United States Census fast approaches, many of us may be wondering what the exact purpose of the census is? A lot of us have seen advertisements, received flyers, and maybe even completed this year’s census, but even then, the importance
The City of Detroit is partnering with the fashion label Detroit Vs. Everybody to hold the Everybody Vs. COVID-19 Digital Unity Festival on May 29 - 30. The Unity Festival will be held with the goal of building continual awareness for the COVID-19 Pandemic, as
Census Day is next Wednesday, April 1, which means the government wants to know where you live as of that date. With today's fluid world it's more important than ever to ensure you take part in the count for the 2020 Census.
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Counting for the 2020 Census has begun, Detroit. You should be receiving your census form in the mail, with 12 questions about your current place of residence. All census forms can be filed online, by phone, or by mail, and most importantly, none of your
Counting for the 2020 Census begins tomorrow, Detroit. Starting March 12th, all residents will be receiving a mailer to fill out. Let's get down to the dates and unravel the important facts.
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Starting March 12th, all households will begin to receive mail from
Community Leaders, members of the Detroit business community and city government officials met inside TCF Center to discuss the progress made through the Downtown Detroit Partnership during the 2020 Annual Meeting. The afternoon saw Chair Cindy Pasky discuss some of 2019's accomplishments with Detroit Mayor