Join our I LOVE CENSUS DATA virtual conversation

Updated May 14, 2021

Thanks to tremendous community effort, Seattle achieved one of the highest 2020 Census participation levels in the nation!

What’s next? What happens with that Census data? How will the City of Seattle use this data to make decisions? How is any of this information useful to you? 

Get answers to these questions and more by joining our I Love Census Data virtual conversation series.  

stacynguyencreative‘s live graphic recording of the March 30th event

This series brings together community members, city agencies and staff, data professionals, and community artists for interactive presentations and conversation. You will learn about city facts and statistics and, most importantly, talk about what all this Census data tells you about your city.

We will be sure to connect the data to the lived experiences of real people in Seattle and work together to ensure this information is shared with policy makers, community leaders, and the public.  

I Love Census Data is a collaborative effort between the Seattle Department of Neighborhoods, the City of Seattle Demographer, and the Seattle Office for Civil Rights.  

Please sign up to register for one of our upcoming sessions:  

  • Seattle Data on Racial Demographics: March 30th,  5:30pm
  • What Data does the City use to measure Seattle’s progress and planning for Education, Economic Opportunity, Housing and more?: April 27th, 5pm
  • COMING UP: Data on Food Security in Seattle: May 25, 5:30pm REGISTER
    • Learn about data tools that help us better understand who is experiencing food insecurity in Seattle and how to measure it. Then join us for a discussion on the root causes of food insecurity and ways in which local governments and community organizations are taking action against it.
  • Data on Mental Health among Youth: June (TBA)