The 2020 Census Digital Action Weekend: May 1-3 is a celebration of the nation reaching the milestone of more than half of the households responding to the Census – and a call to increase the response rate throughout the country. Digital Action
State and local officials engaged in promoting the participation of Georgians in the 2020 Census are emphasizing to the public that the recently launched Household Pulse Survey is NOT the 2020 Census or an alternative to filling out the Census.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: April 1, 2020 Census Day Is Here in Cobb County – Make It Count! Response Rate Map Shows What Areas Are Responding the Fastest April 1, 2020 – Today is Census Day in Cobb County, the day
Important messages from the Georgia Department of Human Services: Georgia DOE/DFCS Partner to Encourage Families to Use Student Tablets to Access SNAP, Medicaid, or TANF Benefits MARCH 24, 2020 ATLANTA – In an effort to ensure children have access to the
We are grateful for all #CobbCounty and #Georgia residents staying at home and practicing social distancing for the health of our community and state. You can support health for all of Georgia by completing the #2020Census at www.2020Census.gov. Your Census
Communities across the United States can now keep track of the rates of households completing the 2020 Census questionnaire. The 2020 Census Response Rate Map shows Cobb County closing in on the 20 percent milestone. The recently launched map shows
Monica W. Parker, MD, of the Goizueta Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center (ADRC) at Emory University will present Memory Loss, Dementia and Alzheimer’s: What you need to know at South Cobb Regional Library on Thursday, May 30 at 11 a.m. Dr.
Sixty years ago this month, the Atlanta region and the nation confronted a hate crime. On October 12, 1958, the Hebrew Benevolent Congregation, also known as The Temple, a prominent Jewish synagogue on Peachtree Street, was bombed by anti-Semitic white