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Inland Empire Complete Count Committee

Individual county governments are typically the primary driver of census awareness and outreach across the country. In January of 2019, Riverside and San Bernardino Counties took a historic step in unanimously passing resolutions to combine resources as one unified region to best ensure our communities are properly counted. The Inland Empire Complete Count Committee (IE-CCC) is a leadership body that draws on representatives from the nonprofit, government, education, business, and philanthropic sectors to develop a Census awareness campaign specific to San Bernardino and Riverside Counties. Members of the Nonprofit Census Outreach Table are members of the IE-CCC but this entity is unique in its own right.This website is dedicated to uplifting the work of the Inland Empire Complete Count Committee.

Nonprofit Census Outreach Table

Building on the growing collaborative capacity of the Inland Empire, the Nonprofit Census Outreach Table has formed a broad coalition of community-based organizations with deep roots in under-served areas to coordinate Census awareness and outreach. Each individual organization has a unique mission and expertise, and through working together and sharing resources, we as a collective can best ensure our community at large and on the regional level is counted fully and accurately in the 2020 Census.To learn more about the Nonprofit Census Outreach Table, visit their website below.

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HARD TO COUNT INTERACTIVE MAP

The interactive map shows California census tracts and block groups shaded by the California Hard-to-Count Index. 

https://census.ca.gov/htc-map/

Many California residents live in areas that, based on demographic, socioeconomic and housing characteristics, may be hard to count in 2020. Tools such as this Hard-to-Count (HTC) interactive map will help focus outreach efforts to get more people to participate and BE COUNTED!

Using the map

  • Pan the map to examine the community
  • Click on a tract to learn about an area
  • Zoom in to see census block group-level census data 

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Riverside County Cities

BANNING

BEAUMONT

BLYTHE

CALIMESA

CANYON LAKE

CATHEDRAL CITY

COACHELLA

CORONA

DESERT HOT SPRINGS

EASTVALE

HEMET

INDIAN WELLS

INDIO

JURUPA VALLEY

LAKE ELSINORE

LA QUINTA

MENIFEE

MORENO VALLEY

MURRIETA

NORCO

PALM DESERT

PALM SPRINGS

PERRIS

RANCHO MIRAGE

RIVERSIDE

SAN JACINTO

TEMECULA

WILDOMAR

San Bernardino County Cities

ADELANTO

APPLE VALLEY

BARSTOW

BIG BEAR LAKE

CHINO

CHINO HILLS

COLTON

CRESTLINE

FONTANA

GRAND TERRACE

HESPERIA

HIGHLAND

JOSHUA TREE

LAKE ARROWHEAD

LOMA LINDA

LUCERNE VALLEY

MONTCLAIR

NEEDLES

ONTARIO

RANCHO CUCAMONGA

REDLANDS

RIALTO

RUNNING SPRINGS

SAN BERNARDINO 

TWENTYNINE PALMS

UPLAND

VICTORVILLE

WRIGHTWOOD

YERMO

YUCAIPA

YUCCA VALLEY

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California Census 2020

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Hard-to-Count Interactive Map

Accountability and Reporting

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