Our schools, hospitals, housing, transportation, police and other services depend on the census. Information that comes from the census determines which neighborhood will receive a new school, a health clinic, a senior citizens center or a bus line. If you’re not counted, you won’t count when these important decisions are made.
Next spring, the Census will begin the process of counting everyone who lives in New York. The New York State Senate is working with neighborhood leaders to make sure everyone in New York is counted in Census 2010.