new ward boundaries

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new ward boundaries

Postby shdwlkr » Sat Jul 30, 2011 10:47 am

I would like to know the boundaries of a new ward that I maybe moving into and can't get this information because I am not part of the ward. Any ideas? Since this is in a rural area and it would be nice to be sort of close to other members of the church this would be a good thing to know, don't need to know members names but where they are located would be nice. I will be looking at large pieces of land so yes this is an important consideration in the purchase of the land any ideas. Short of driving to the new ward what are my options?

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Postby russellhltn » Sat Jul 30, 2011 11:50 am

You may want to contact the bishop and ask him to send you the boundaries. That would probably be the best way to find out where the members are clustered.

You can also use to find out what ward a particular address falls in and the Bishop's contact information.
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