Beaumont conducts a municipal census annually. Enumeration commences on May 1 of this year.
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By establishing complete and accurate population data, Beaumont City Council can make informed decisions about delivery of services, such as recreational facilities and emergency response needs. Additionally, school boards and businesses use the information as a valuable tool for planning purposes. Many federal and provincial grants are awarded on a per-capita basis, and having an up-to-date population figure maximizes our grant funding.
All responses are strictly confidential, and names are not connected to the information provided. Each census enumerator hired by Beaumont undergoes training and signs an oath of confidentiality before participating in the enumeration.
Copies of the most recent Census Highlights are available at Beaumont's Administration Office. For current and historical census results, please visit the Census Profile page.
Beaumont begins the enumerator hiring process in March of each year, and the enumerator training session takes place in early April. When hiring is underway, advertisements are placed in the local newspaper.