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2010 Census Tracts GIS Map Countywide

2010 Pop & Occupancy - Tract

2010 Pop Race-Hispanic - Tract

2010 Occupancy - Collier County

2010 Pop by Race 18 & Over

2010 Pop by Race-Hispanic-Age-Occupancy - Collier County

2010 Pop by Race - Collier County

2010 Pop Hispanic-Not Hispanic by Race 18 & Over - Collier County

2010 Pop Hispanic-Not Hispanic by Race - Collier County

2010 Pop by Race-Hispanic-Age-Occupancy-Everglades City

2010 Pop by Race-Hispanic-Age-Occupancy-Marco Island

2010 Pop by Race-Hispanic-Age-Occupancy-Naples

2010 Demographic Profile Data - General Population & Housing Characteristics 2010

U.S. Census 2010

The U.S. Census counts every resident in the United States, and is required by the Constitution to take place every 10 years. Census forms were mailed to every household in March 2010; Census Day is April 1, 2010. The brief questionnaire takes about 10 minutes to complete, and asks for the name, gender, age, race, ethnicity and relationship to the householder, and whether the householder owns or rents their home. You should fill out your census form wherever you are on the day you receive it, regardless of where you live at other times of the year.

The 2010 Census will help communities receive more than $400 billion in federal funds each year for things like:
Job training centers
Senior centers
Bridges, tunnels and other-public works projects
Emergency services
The data collected by the census also help determine the number of seats your state has in the U.S. House of Representatives.

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In March of 2010, census forms will be delivered to every residence in the United States and Puerto Rico. When you receive yours, just answer the 10 short questions and then mail the form back in the postage-paid envelope provided. If you don't mail the form back, you may receive a visit from a census taker, who will ask you the questions from the form. Don’t be afraid to be counted, even if you are not a documented resident. Census forms are completely confidential for 72 years and cannot be shared with anyone, including welfare and immigration agencies. No court of law, not even the President of the United States, can access your individual responses. Census workers are highly motivated to protect your answers – they are subject to a $250,000 fine and/or a five-year prison term for disclosing any information that could identify a respondent or household.

The majority of the country will receive English–only materials. Households in areas with high concentrations of Spanish-speaking residents may receive a bilingual (English/Spanish) form.

Any personal data you provide is protected under federal law.

How it Affects the Nation

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That's why it's so important that you fill in the form and promptly mail it back. Census information affects the numbers of seats your state occupies in the U.S. House of Representatives. And people from many walks of life use census data to advocate for causes, rescue disaster victims, prevent diseases, research markets, locate pools of skilled workers and more.

When you do the math, it's easy to see what an accurate count of residents can do for your community. Better infrastructure. More services. A brighter tomorrow for everyone. Governments use census data to allocate billions of dollars in funding for education, public safety, housing, roads and bridges, human services and community services. Community organizations use it to develop social service programs for seniors and children, and businesses use it to identify where to locate factories, shopping centers, movie theaters, banks and offices – activities that lead to new jobs!

Participation isn't just important—it's mandatory.

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To view the United States Census 2010 Official web page click here
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Key Dates. The 2010 Census at a glance.
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