Please send your completed Economic Census form to the Census Bureau by mail or online transmission. Be sure to complete the certification item (Item 30), including the name of the person who completed the form and the business period covered. This will allow us to contact you if we have questions. If you have questions or need help sending us your completed form, please contact staff.
Paper forms. If you are returning a paper form, please send it to us in the envelope provided in your mailing package. If you do not have the envelope provided, please send the form to our mail address at U.S. Census Bureau, 1201 East 10th Street, Jeffersonville, IN 47134-0001.
Photocopies. Due to automated processing, please return the original paper form. Precise photocopies of the original may be processed automatically. Copies of copies cannot be automatically processed. Please send them to us in the envelope provided in your mailing package. If you do not use the envelope provided, please mail your forms to: U.S. Census Bureau, 1201 East 10th Street, Jeffersonville, IN 47199-5000.
CD-ROM file. If you are returning an electronic form by mail, please copy it to a CD-ROM, and send it to us in a suitable mailing envelope. Our mail address is U.S. Census Bureau, 1201 East 10th Street, Building 61A, Jeffersonville, IN 47199-5000.
Electronic file (online). If you are returning an electronic form online, please transmit it to us via the Internet using your downloaded "Census Surveyor" software and our secure Internet connection.
Your completed census form is due by February 12, 2013. If you cannot return your completed form by February 12, please visit our Online Services to request an extension, or contact staff, and we will try to accommodate your request. Your census answer is needed in order to meet the growing demand for census statistics. To ease your response, we will accept your best estimates for any information that is not readily available.
February deadline. Responses by February 12 help businesses meet their census obligation before other tax and fiscal-year reporting deadlines arrive, and permit the Census Bureau to prepare and publish timely census results.
Extension considerations. In responding to requests for extension of the census due date, we will consider all applicable individual business circumstances, as well as our need to produce complete and timely Economic Census statistics.
Preventive action. Businesses, especially large or complex businesses, that anticipate difficulty in meeting the census due date are encouraged to contact us as early as possible to discuss assistance options and avoid unnecessary census costs.