The upcoming General Election will be on November 3. If you are not registered to vote, you must do so by October 19.
Register to Vote
If you’ve voted in previous elections, you should already be registered. You can check your registration status to be sure.
Pennsylvania is allowing the use of mail-in ballots. You may request a mail-in ballot until October 27.
Mail-In Ballot Request
Be aware that mail-in ballots must be received (not just postmarked) by your county election office by November 3. They can also be returned in person to your county election office. Learn more about mail-in ballots here.
Allegheny County has an election information mailing list. You can sign up here if you are interested.
You can complete the Census in these ways:
Over the Phone
English – 844-330-2020
Phone Instructions & Other Language Options
Through the Mail
Census workers may be visiting households that have not yet responded, as safety allows, starting May 7.
Need more help?
What is the deadline to respond?
September 30, 2020
Why should I respond?
The Census determines federal funding for our communities.
Who should be counted?
Everyone living in your household as a primary residence as of April 1, 2020.
Be Counted – The Census in Allegheny County
Learn more about why the Census is so important to our local communities.