WZZA Radio Station is owned and operated by Muscle Shoals Broadcasting, and serves the Shoals area, which includes Lauderdale and Colbert counties. WZZA’s coverage also includes a large portion of Franklin County to the south, Lawrence County to the east, and west to Tishomingo County, Mississippi.
WZZA’s format includes gospel, blues, hip-hop, jazz, and R&B, all of which is day-parted to most effectively serve the market with unduplicated musical programming. Other programming includes a daily public affairs program during which a wide variety of guests, including attorneys, judges, mayors, councilmen, commissioners, teachers, businessmen, doctors, health care providers, city workers, bankers, financial advisors, congressmen and other office holders, religious leaders, non-profit agencies, civic and social organizations, and other citizens appear to discuss topics ranging from education, recreation, health, welfare, religion, relationships, law, politics, finance, economics, and more to hot topics in today’s news.
Almost everyone will receive your census invitation by mail at your home. The card or letter will not have the person's name on it, but will be addressed to the "resident" at that address. Count all the people who were living in your home on April 1st. Everyone should receive a card or letter at their home by the month of May. On the card, there will be a twelve digit alpha-numeric code (meaning it will include both letters and numbers). That is your unique code and is used to fill out the Census. You can complete the census in one of three ways.
If you DID receive a card, look for the twelve digit code and then either:
If for any reason, you DID NOT receive your card or letter - maybe because you live in a new subdivision, or in a mobile home, or maybe because you receive your mail at a post office box, don't worry. You can still use your computer or cell phone to go online at 2020Census.gov and click on the button for those who did not receive a card or letter.
Or, anyone can call WZZA at 256-381-1862, ask for Tori Bailey, and she will help you to fill out your census, then send your confirmation number showing that your census has been completed.