KING CITY — A Census 2020 caravan rolled through the streets of King City last Sunday, May 24.
The caravan was a way for city staff and volunteers to raise awareness about this year’s census to increase the city’s response rate, which is currently 48.6 percent. They wanted to remind residents that completing census forms is crucial in determining how government funds are distributed.
The caravan began at King City Fire Station, led by a fire truck, and spent an hour winding through town, visiting the low self-response areas.
For more information about the 2020 Census, or to take the census, go to 2020census.gov.