EVENTS . . .
Bishop Canevin High School is proud to display a sampling of the work of several of its Photography Club members at the Carnegie Municipal Building. Photographs were taken by seniors Allison Berner and Danielle DiPaolo and sophomores Alysha Cutri, Renee LaGrosse and Theresa Skindzier.
The exhibit will be in the lobby through May 30, weekdays 8:00am - 4:00pm
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Click here for info & printable sign up form
Volunteer Fire Dept
April 25, 2020
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Click Here for sponsorship form
Click Here for flyer
Distance: 5K (3.1 miles)
Start/Finish: Carnegie Borough Building, One Veterans Way, Carnegie
Course: The course is flat and fast! Veterans Way to West Main St continuing on to East Main St to Jane and back to the Carnegie Borough Building.
$20 Early Registration (April 3 deadline)
$10 Children 10 & younger & Carlynton Students
$25 after April 3 and Race Day
All proceeds benefit the Carnegie Volunteer Fire Department.
WHAT IS THE CENSUS?
Every 10 years, the United States conducts a census of the entire population. This information is used to shape many aspects of our communities.
BE COUNTED FOR EDUCATION
BE COUNTED FOR YOUR COMMUTE
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BE COUNTED ALLEGHENY COUNTY 2020 CENSUS Click Here for more information
TOP THINGS TO KNOW
Participation Matters. For each family of five missed in the Census count, our area could lose $100,000 over the next 10 years.
Everyone Matters. Everyone needs to be counted, including all children born by April 1, 2020.
Requirements. The Census requires name, age, gender, birthday, race/ethnicity, relationship to head-of-household, owner or renter, and telephone number. The Census will NOT ask about citizenship or immigration status.
Information Will NOT Be Shared. The Census Bureau is committed to keeping your information condiential, private, and secure.
WHY IT MATTERS The census impacts every resident in Allegheny County. Data collected from the census helps define political districts, fuel research, inform planning and determine how much federal funding is allocated to support many of the services we rely on every day.
HOW IT WORKS - Online, By Phone, or Mail
Census questionnaires will be available in multiple languages including English, Arabic, French, Haitian Creole, Japanese, Polish, Portuguese, Tagalog, Chinese, Korean, Russian, Spanish, and Vietnamese.
You can view a questionnaire example on the
Census Bureau’s website here.
Have more questions about the 2020 census?
Visit Allegheny County’s FAQ page to learn more.
An invitation to respond online or by paper.
March 26-April 3
Reminder letter and paper questionnaire.
Final reminder postcard
before in person follow up.