Holland Township Residents,

This year marks the beginning of the Decennial Census, a constitutionally-mandated enumeration of the population of the United States. Enumeration activities will begin in March of this year, 2020, and are scheduled to be completed by the end of April 2020. A New Jersey Complete Count Commission has been established to develop, recommend, and administer a census outreach strategy to encourage full participation in the 2020 Census. The Commission needs your help to ensure that everyone in our community is counted in 2020.

The decennial census count influences how the federal government distributes approximately $600 billion in funds annually for infrastructure, programs, and services. Census data determines how federal and state funding is allocated to communities, and decisions are made on matters of national and local importance bases, in part, on census data and housing.

Census data also helps determine how many seats each state will have in the U.S. House of Representatives and is necessary for an accurate and fair redistricting of state legislative seats, county and municipal councils, and voting districts.

The 2020 count will be the first one to allow all households to respond online. Paper forms will still be available, and for the first time, 1-800 numbers will be available to give responses over the phone.

To make sure that Holland Township, Hunterdon County and New Jersey are completely and accurately counted this year, 2020, all municipalities are strongly encourage to:
1. Actively encourage residents to complete and mail back their census questionnaires.
2. Post information about the Census 2020 on our municipal websites and on social media (if applicable). Information and materials can be found at the following sites:
3. Make residents aware of Census 2020 job opportunities: