Camarillo has a self-response rate of 82%, tied with the City of Moorpark for the cities with the highest response rates in Ventura County.

Where to find information on the extension/delay of Census Operations: Press Releases | 2020 Census

Why Should You Complete the 2020 Census?

Every 10 years the U.S. Census Bureau rolls out a survey to collect general data about residents in the country. A California state study has determined that the City of Camarillo is at risk of being undercounted. According to the Ventura County Community Foundation (VCCF), each uncounted person represents an estimated loss of $2,000 annually for 10 years, for a total of $20,000 per uncounted person over the next decade. By ensuring a complete Census count, we will protect federal funding and Congressional representation in Ventura County. The City of Camarillo is working with the VCCF, city and county governments, nonprofit organizations and philanthropic foundations to assist with community outreach efforts.

The 2020 Census count will begin on April 1, 2020! Check out this informational presentation, given by U.S. Census Bureau Partnership Specialist Justine Fischer, at the February 26, 2020 Camarillo City Council Meeting. Watch this Preview of the 2020 Census Video to guide you through, step-by-step, how to take the Census online.

Contact the U.S. Census Bureau with any concerns, fraud, or needs assistance: 1-844-330-2020.

Camarillo Field Office: 803 Camarillo Springs Road, Suite A

California Census Website
Hard to Count Population Map
Census 2020 Flyer

Fighting 2020 Census Rumors
Help dispel rumors and misinformation about the
2020 Census and report any threats, rumors or misinformation to report@census.ca.gov and rumors@census.gov.

Be a Census Taker!
Become a Census Taker for the 2020 Census. The pay is great, the job is temporary, and you will be paid weekly. 
Apply for a job with the U.S. Census Bureau