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Responding to the census is not only your civic duty; it also affects the amount of funding Ashtabula County receives, how Ashtabula County communities plan for the future, and your representation in government. A study by the George Washington University Institute of Public Policy estimates that each person who isn't counted could result in $1,814 less federal funding for Ohio communities.
Strict federal law protects your census responses. No law enforcement agency can access or use your personal information at any time. It is against the law for any Census Bureau employee to disclose or publish any census information that identifies an individual. Census Bureau employees are sworn to protect your personal information for life and any violation comes with a penalty of up to $250,000 and/or up to five years in prison. Data collected can only be used for statistical purposes that help inform important decisions, including how much federal funding your community receives. Detailed census responses are kept strictly confidential for 72 years.
Census Confidentiality Factsheet
In 2020, for the first time ever, the US Census Bureau will accept responses online, but you can still respond by phone or mail if you prefer.
The census will collect basic information about the people living in your household. When completing the census, you should count everyone who is living in your household on April 1, 2020.
Census questions factsheet
The Census Bureau will never ask for:
If you want to respond online, you can go to your local library and use the public computers at that location. Also, a number of social service agencies may have computers available for use. As the Census day comes closer a detailed list of locations, days and times will be posted.
Beginning in mid-March 2020, people will receive a notice in the mail to complete the 2020 Census. Once you receive it you can respond online or by phone. In May 2020, the US Census Bureau will begin following up in person with households that haven't responded to the census.
Newborn babies and children under five are often missed in the census. The 2020 Census helps determine which areas qualify for the critical resources that children and families depend on for the next 10 years - basically, an entire childhood.
Your CSEA worker will also need:
Be in touch. You are the best source of information on your child support case. If you are the custodial parent, you can give your worker valuable information about the non-custodial parent. If you are the non-custodial parent, let the CSEA worker know of changes in your situation that may affect your ability to pay support. Staying in touch with your CSEA helps you.
Be informed. Learn all you can about child support. Know your right and responsibilities and exercise them. You may want to contact an advocacy group for help.
Be patient. Due to the number of cases handled by CSEAs, there may be a delay in collecting your support. These delays are often caused by problems outside the control of the CSEA.
Many people who get food stamps must take part in Food Stamp Employment and Training (FSET). FSET is a program that gives job training and experience. Some people won't have to take part in FSET, because of age or health, for example. To learn more, ask your caseworker.
You can also contact the local office of the Ohio Bureau of Employment Services.
City of Geneva3 percent tax466-3316
City of Conneaut2 percent tax593-7416
Geneva on the Lake3 percent tax466-8197
Austinburg Township3 percent tax275-1378
Harpersfield Township3 percent tax466-2242
Saybrook Township3 percent tax969-1106
Ashtabula County does not collect the tax for these subdivisions. You will need to contact the appropriate office and set up your account with them.
Forms are online in our document center as pdf files ready to download.We also send forms by email to those who have signed up for the quarterly email list. Call 576-3748 or send email to email@example.com to subscribe.
Ashtabula County Community Services & Planning issues addresses for all townships except Ashtabula Township. For an address in Ashtabula Township contact the Zoning Administrator. In municipalities contact the planning and zoning offices or administrator.