Lancaster County 2020 Census Resources

Lancaster County Mobile Questionnaire Assistance (MQA) Events

The following is a list of MQA events coming up in Lancaster County. County residents who have not yet completed the 2020 Census may attend an MQA event to speak to a census representative and get any questions answered, or receive assistance in filling out the census form.

  • Saturday, September 26 from 9am to 3pm @ RRTA Queen Street Station, 225 N. Queen Street, Lancaster, PA 17602

Please see below for materials created for use in Lancaster County 2020 Census promotional efforts. Feel free to use or adapt these materials for use by your organization. If you have any questions about these materials, email census@co.lancaster.pa.us.

Complete Count Committee Materials for Partners Guidebook -- this guide includes examples of flyers, newsletter articles, and a curated list of links to materials created by the Census Bureau.

Complete Count Committee Materials (Downloadable) -- Click this link to download zipped files of materials included in the Guidebook.

Lancaster Chamber Business Toolkit for 2020 Census -- One-page flyers and posters in this toolkit can be posted or distributed anywhere that employees or customers can view it such as a break room, storefront or near a cash register. This order form can also be used to do print runs of materials that you plan to distribute through food pick-ups, at distribution points or mailed/dropped off at homes. They are available in 14 languages.

Download the order form here to receive FREE printed material in a language of your choice!

If you have a customized form that you have created or you find a material that isn’t listed but would like printed, please include that with your form and we can print those, too.

Church World Service Census Reminder Videos-- A Youtube link for videos in Spanish, Kinyarwanda, Swahili, Somali, Nepali and Arabic. And a Facebook link to one more, here.

Use Facebook frames to let your friends know about the census (created by the Lancaster City Hard-to-Count Committee):