Current Population 825 for the Town of Washington: The final estimate of the January 1, 2020 population for the Town of Washington in Green County is 825.   Approximately 639 of the estimated population for the Town of Washington are of voting age. This approximation is a courtesy estimate that helps you comply with Wisconsin Statute 5.66, which requires municipal clerks to approximate the number of electors prior to elections. The voting age population was calculated by applying the 2010 Census proportion of persons age 18 and over to the final January 1 estimate, and then multiplying the result by a state-wide factor to account for the general aging of the population. Please note that, if you have an adult correctional facility in your municipality, its population is included in this voting-age estimate.   Demographic Services CenterDivision of Intergovernmental RelationsWI Dept. of Administrationhttps://doa.wi.gov/demographics  

Town of Washington

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 Jerry Huffman sent this from the US Census Bureau. I’ve been working across Southern Wisconsin for just over a year now helping organize communities to assure your towns get their best possible count.
 
I won’t bore you with all of the reasons but the main one is money. Much for federal aid is tied to a community’s population. If your population is up from ten years ago you’ll likely receive more federal funding. If it’s down, it’s also possible you could
lose funding. And none of us want that to happen.
 
We could use your help by finding creative ways in your area to let folks know the census is out there and going strong. For the first time, the census is online and will likely take you less than ten minutes to fill it out. Our website is: 2020census.gov.
You can also call 1-800-330-2020 and they’ll help you fill it out. Eventually, door-to-door teams will come to your home to assist you also.