Santa Ana Complete Count Committee

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In May 2019, the city created the Santa Ana 2020 Census Complete Count Committee (CCC). To this date, the CCC includes twenty-eight member organizations. The CCC consists of representatives from city departments, government agencies, hard-to-count communities, CBO’s, school districts, colleges, faith-based organizations, social services, and media.

Goals for the CCC include:

  1. Educate residents on the Census, including its purpose
  2. Identify hard-to-count populations in the community
  3. Develop best strategies for Census outreach
  4. Reduce fear and distrust of government
  5. Ensure the public that the Census is confidential and should be trusted
  6. Motivate hard-to-count populations to participate in the Census
  7. Reduce barriers for hard-to-count populations to participate in the Census

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  • Alta Med
  • Assemblymember Tom Daly’s Office
  • Charitable Ventures of Orange County
  • Congressman Lou Correa’s Office
  • City of Long Beach
  • City of Santa Ana
  • County of Orange
  • Councilmember Penaloza
  • City of Costa Mesa
  • Community Health Initiative of Orange County
  • League of United Latin American Citizens
  • LGBTQ Center of Orange County
  • Mexican Consulate
  • Mission Up
  • NALEO Educational Fund
  • Orange County Human Relations
  • Orange County Congregation Community Organization
  • Rancho Santiago Community College District
  • Santa Ana College
  • Santa Ana Building Healthy Communities
  • State Senator Tom Umberg’s Office
  • Santa Ana Unified School District
  • Templo Calario Community Development Corporation
  • The Cambodian Family
  • United Way of Orange County
  • U.S. Census Bureau

For more information about the Santa Ana CCC or to attend our next meeting, please contact Daisy Perez at dperez@santa-ana.org or call 714-647-5200.