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U.S. Census

Chicago Grows — A Little — To Remain Country’s Third-Largest City

The city added 50,790 residents since 2010 for a population of nearly 2.75 million, according to the recent U.S. Census.

Citywide

After Census Bureau Moves Up Deadline, Chicago Organizers Scrambling To Get Residents Counted

Organizers now have to squeeze three months of labor-intensive work into two months, and they're worried they won’t be able to reach as many residents in resource-starved neighborhoods.

Logan Square, Humboldt Park, Avondale

U.S. Census Count Will End A Month Earlier Than Expected

The announcement comes as more than 40 percent of Chicagoans have yet to respond to the population count.

Downtown

Questions About The Census? Pilsen Leaders Have Answers At Sunday Event

The event aims to promote the importance of the census in the traditionally undercounted Latino population, organizers said.

Pilsen, Little Village, West Loop