We have identified areas (by block and subdivision) after cross-referencing 2010 Census data with the county’s GIS data maps as likely to be Very Hard To Count (VHTC) in the ongoing 2020 Census.

Based on geographic areas from the ArcGIS program,

City of Decatur 
Block Group 1 – Zip code 30030

Unincorporated DeKalb/Brookhaven/Chamblee 

Block Group 3 – N. Druid Hills & Briarcliff

Block Group 1 – (West side of Buford Hwy by Northeast Plaza):
Subdivisions:
Sterling Oaks at Lennox Hill
H.H. Tuggle
Townsend at Lenox Park
Cobblestone at Brookhaven (condo)
Keys Crossing (condo)
The Haven on Briarwood (condo)
Brookhaven Studios
Briarwood Trace (townhomes)
Briarwood Field
Drew Valley subdivisions 1,2,9,10,11,12

Block Groups 1,2,3 (Still west side of Buford Hwy, but also East side of BuHi just North of Northeast Plaza; Zip Codes 30341/30319/30345):
Subdivisions:
C.A. Kitchens (BG1)
Lloyd A. Sifford (BG2)

Block Group 3 – (East of I-85 from Briarcliff/Clairmont North to Shallowford):
Subdivisions:
Mount Brian Woods #1
Peach Valley
Thompson-Peachwood
Clairmont Terrace (condo)
Ramsgate (condo)

Block Group 2 – (West of I-85, crossing over Buford Hwy towards DeKalb Peachtree Airport):
Subdivision:
Southland Heights

By now, residents in your area should have received a postcard (and possibly one or two reminder postcards) to respond online, by phone, or by a paper form to the 2020 Census. We hope you have completed your census and ask for assistance with ensuring that your neighbors are aware of this once-a-decade effort. DeKalb County receives $2,314 in Federal dollars for every person counted.  This is money used to build new parks, schools, hospitals and roads.