Census is still on!

Today is Census Day Even though our lives are a little different right now, the Census is still happening. Today, we're celebrating Census Day, which is a key reference date for the 2020 Census - not a deadline. When responding to the Census, make sure to count everyone living in your household on April 1, including children and babies. Only one response per household is required, and you can respond to the Census online, over the phone, or by mail. Completing the Census only takes a few minutes of your time and is completely digital, meaning it's the perfect activity during social distancing.

Make sure to remind your extended family members, coworkers, and friends to complete their Census forms too. Click here to access a toolkit to help you spread the word. To ensure a complete and total count, it's going to take all of us, and your response has never been more important.

Virtual Town Hall Meeting for Texas Employers You are invited to a Virtual Town Hall Meeting for Texas Employers on April 3 from 10 - 11 a.m. with:

  • TWC Commissioner for Employers Aaron Demerson,

  • Workforce Solutions Alamo Board Chairman Juan F. Solis, and

  • Workforce Solutions Alamo Executive Director Adrian Lopez.

During this town hall, you'll find out how the Texas Workforce Commission and Workforce Solutions Alamo have been servicing San Antonio during the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak, including the most recent updates from the organizations. Register here

In addition to this virtual town hall, your Chamber is committed to providing thoughtful, engaging, and helpful web resources for you and your business during COVID-19. Topics of future webinars include:

  • Security and Privacy: What you need to know while working remotely

  • Distance Leaning: Resources for Families

  • Mental Health and Coping with COVID-19

Richard Perez

President and CEO

San Antonio Chamber of Commerce