Census Fw: I Love Census Data: Our First Look at Local Data from the 2020 Census - August 31, 2021

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Lee Bruch

Aug 26, 2021, 4:59:19 PMAug 26
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On August 31 the city is hosting a Zoom session about the census data applicable to Seattle (which will form the basis of changing the Seattle City Council District Boundaries as well as the State and Federal legislative district boundaries to equalize the population of the respective districts) .

I pre-registered and just received the email below.
Updated August 18, 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 ...

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From: Drummond, Logan <Logan.D...@seattle.gov>
Sent: Thursday, August 26, 2021 1:36 PM
Subject: I Love Census Data: Our First Look at Local Data from the 2020 Census - August 31, 2021

Thank you for registering to our I Love Census Data: Our First Look at Local Data from the 2020 Census

August 31, 2021, from 12 p.m. noon to 1:30 p.m.

Zoom Link: https://us06web.zoom.us/j/89956403138?pwd=QVp0R3p1MmxaRzhLUlAxUmxjU1lLdz09 

Do you have questions?  Please submit your questions to the presenters here


Earlier this month, the U.S. Census Bureau released the 2020 Census Redistricting Data which gives us our first look at the 2020 Census data for local communities and neighborhoods. The topics include:

    • Population totals
    • Population by race & Hispanic/Latino origin and by broad age group (under 18, 18+)
    • Housing unit counts and occupancy status


At our I Love Census Data session this month, Seattle and King County demographers will share highlights from newly released Census data at the local and neighborhood levels. Seattle 2020 Census Taskforce member Cherry Cayabyab will be facilitating community questions and comments about the results.  


Join us to find out how our communities have grown over the most recent decade.  See what the Census says about how the racial makeup of Seattle and King County neighborhoods has changed. Learn how to access these data for your own community and find out what other data will be coming. 



Diana Canzoneri,  City of Seattle Demographer

Rebeccah Maskin, King County Demographer

Cherry Cayabyab, 2020 Seattle Census Taskforce member and KAYA strategic


Do you have questions?  Please submit your questions here

Reach out if you have any questions

Thank you and hope to see you there

Elsa Batres-Boni

Civic Engagement Strategic Advisor

2021-22 Seattle Redistricting Process Liaison

Office: 206.256-6198

Cell: 206.7356219

Warm Regards, 

Logan Drummond, MSW

Pronouns: (He, Him)

Administrative Specialist II

City of Seattle | Department of Neighborhoods

Redistricting | CELD | PACE | I Love Census Data

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