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The 2020 Census is happening now. You can complete your questionnaire:

If you do not receive an invitation to respond from the Census Bureau, you may respond online or visit our Contact Us page to call our phone line.



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Census 2020

Census results affect your community every day.

School lunches. Plans for highways. Support for emergency responders plus families in need. And so much more.

Be counted!

The U.S. Census counts every resident in the United States, including Kendall County, and takes place once every 10 years.  The next Census is in 2020.  Census data is used to determine political representation in Congress, and to distribute billions in federal funds to local communities for services such as roads, bridges, healthcare, and other programs.  


The data you provide to the Census Bureau is highly secured, and by law cannot be shared with any other governmental or private agency.


You can complete the Census questionnaire during the Spring 2020 by going online, calling over the phone, or by completing the paper questionnaire which will be mailed to your home if you don’t respond by mid-April.  


The Census is fewer than 10 questions, will take less than 10 minutes, and will shape your future for 10 years!

Kendall Complete

Count Committee

Kendall County holds the record as the #1 fastest growing county in the United States with a 10-year percentage growth of 110.4% (2000-2010). Census data is used to determine the number of seats each state has in the U.S. House of Representatives and is also used to distribute billions in federal funds to local communities, so Kendall County is eager to have every person counted for funding and representation for critical infrastructure and programs that come with rapid population growth.

Kendall County has a local Complete Count Commission with 13 members made up of various stake holders to create clear achievable goals to ensure census participation across the County. Their focus will be on outreach and getting hard to count populations enumerated. Commission Chairwoman Robyn Vickers noted that, “There are under counted communities that we can reach”.

Scott Gryder
Kendall County Board Chairman
& Illinois Complete Count Commission Member

Robyn Vickers
Kendall County Board Member
& Commission Chair

Scott Gengler
Kendall County Board Member
& Commission Vice Chair

Ed Bugg
City of Aurora Alderman

Christina Burns
Village of Oswego Assistant Village Manager

Rob DeLong
Unincorporated Resident (Boulder Hill)

Katelyn Gregory
City of Yorkville Staff Member and Resident

Greg Witek
Kendall County Community Food Pantry Board Chairman

Becca Garcia
Spanish Speaking Member (Oswego Resident)

Chris Mehochko
Kendall Grundy Regional Office of Education

Lynette Heiden
Library Director Charles B Phillips Library Newark

Bob Hausler
Mayor City of Plano

Brent Lightfoot
Oswego School District 308 Board Member


Meetings are held at the
Kendall County Office Building
County Board Room 210
111 W Fox Street
Yorkville, IL 60560

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