- Joint ANC 6A/6B/6C Zoning Committees Meeting with OAG
- January 2022 ANC 6B Executive Committee Meeting
- Special Call Meeting to vote on “As You Are Bar’s” Tavern License Application
- As You Are Bar Community Meeting
- January 2022 Meetings of ANC 6B
- January 2022 ANC 6B’s Full Meeting
- January 2022 ABC Committee Meeting
- January 2022 Transportation Committee Meeting
- January 2022 Planning & Zoning Committee Meeting
- SPECIAL JOINT MEETING of ANC 6A Transportation and Public Space Committee (TPS) and ANC 6B Transportation Committee (TC) on 17th and 19th Streets Northeast and Southeast (From Benning Road. to Barney Circle)
- November 2021 Meeting of ANC 6B
- November 2021 ANC 6B Transportation Committee Meeting
- November 2021 ANC 6B Planning and Zoning Committee Meeting
- Low-income residents
- Foreign-born residents
- Renters in multi-unit buildings
- Children ages 0-5
- African American Households
January 2022 Meeting
December 2021 Meeting
November 2021 Meeting
October 2021 Meeting
July 2021 Meeting
June 2021 Meeting
April 2021 Meeting
February 2021 Meeting
December 2020 Meeting
August 2020 Meeting
February 2020 Meeting
October 2019 Meeting
September 2019 Meeting
February 2019 Meeting
2020 DC CENSUS
About The U.S. Census
Every 10 years, the U.S. government counts every person living in our country in the Constitutionally-mandated Census. Once Census collection is over, the U.S. Census Bureau analyzes and release critical census data.
Data from the U.S. Census directly determines the pathway of Federal funding, impacting schools, businesses, transportation, infrastructure, healthcare, and overall social equity in the District.
The more accurate the data, the easier it is to ensure that we are meeting our community’s needs. When data is inaccurate, we miss out on billions of Federal dollars.
We Need Your Help
In 2010, DC was the second most undercounted city* in the nation, with the highest concentrations of undercounted folks living in Wards 1, 5, 7, and 8. The following groups have been historically undercounted in the District:
*City defined by a population of more than half a million residents
In 2010, DC was one of the most undercounted cities in the nation. What did that mean for us?
Well, the District potentially loses out out on billions of Federal dollars through large scale federal entitlement programs.
Make sure that we #GetCountedDC: http://bit.ly/34eV5RU
Follow the link above to find out more information and to fill out the census online!