People who live in Wyoming could miss out on a lot if everyone is not counted in the Census. Wyoming could lose out on the political representation it deserves. And people and communities could be denied money that they need for schools, community health care, jobs, and transportation.

In 2016, Wyoming received more than $1 billion from federal spending programs guided by data derived from the 2010 Census. Wyoming can’t afford to miss out!

Contact these Wyoming partners to get involved. The Census Counts. So do you.

State Contacts:

Wyoming Nonprofit Network

Jody Shields, Executive Director
[email protected]

Featured Resource

The 2020 Census and Wyoming
Wyoming is preparing for the 2020 Census with steps aimed at increasing participation, protecting privacy and ensuring an accurate account. In this episode of Wyoming Chronicle, Wyoming PBS visits with census employees about the importance of the 2020 Census for Wyoming, how it will be conducted in our state, and new tools the census will use to help ensure a complete and accurate count.

Update from Wyoming

Census 2020 Proclamation
On June 25, 2019, the Governor of Wyoming, Mark Gordon, issued a Proclamation declaring the year 2019 as Census 2020 Awareness in Wyoming to show the state's commitment and support to the Census.