2020 Census Hub
The Great Lakes Bay Regional Census Hub was established to ensure the region received an accurate count in the 2020 census. Midland, Saginaw, Bay City and Mt. Pleasant community foundations partnered together on this project. The Great Lakes Bay Regional Alliance, located in Freeland, housed the Census Hub.
To view the full 2020 Census Report for the Great Lakes Bay Region, click here.
Meet the Great Lakes Bay Region Census Hub Coordinator
Chloe Updegraff is a graduate of the University of Michigan School of Public Health, where she received her Master’s Degree in Public Health. Chloe has experience working in diverse communities, from rural Haiti to Tribal populations in Michigan, with the goal of improving health and well-being among all community members. As the Census Hub Coordinator for the Great Lakes Bay Region, Chloe will be working to ensure the region gets a complete and accurate count in the upcoming 2020 Census. For this Census, working with local non-profits, community organizations, and local government officials will be extremely important, due to some Census Bureau constraints and many barriers for traditionally hard-to-count populations. Chloe will be working closely with local organizations by providing education, training, partnership, funding, and support to assure an accurate count of the region (especially in hardest-to-count populations), as well as giving an important voice to each resident of the Great Lakes Bay Region. The Great Lakes Bay Regional Census Hub is a partnership between the Midland Area Community Foundation, Saginaw Community Foundation, Bay Area Community Foundation, Mount Pleasant Area Community Foundation, and the Great Lakes Bay Regional Alliance.