Riverside County receives $1.2M to reach hard to count areas in census 2020

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RIVERSIDE COUNTY – The state of California allocated approximately $1.2 million for census outreach and planning efforts for Riverside County. Riverside County 4th District Supervisor V. Manuel Perez said, “These funds will help reach the hard-to-count populations for the census, and I see them as an investment so we can receive the funding for infrastructure, health clinics and schools and services we need as our county grows.” A portion of the funds will be shared with every city and unincorporated community within Riverside County based on population size and hard to count communities. “Hard-to-count” refers to populations with larger amounts of rural areas, mobile residents including homeless, students and farmworkers, as well as limited English proficiency and acces
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