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joseph.gordon
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Mapping tools

Postby joseph.gordon » Sun Apr 24, 2011 6:59 am

My family is moving to a new ward, and we would like to see the boundary lines for the ward and stake in the ward that we are moving to. Does anyone know where I can get that info? The map tells me that what ward I would be in, but I would like to see the boundaries. Thanks!

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Postby aebrown » Sun Apr 24, 2011 10:20 am

joseph.gordon wrote:My family is moving to a new ward, and we would like to see the boundary lines for the ward and stake in the ward that we are moving to. Does anyone know where I can get that info? The map tells me that what ward I would be in, but I would like to see the boundaries. Thanks!


Regular members can't see boundaries outside their own stake. However, some clerks and leaders can see boundaries of any unit in the Church (I know that I as an assistant stake clerk can do so). So you might try to ask someone in such a calling for their help.
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Postby eblood66 » Sun Apr 24, 2011 5:04 pm

aebrown wrote:Regular members can't see boundaries outside their own stake. However, some clerks and leaders can see boundaries of any unit in the Church (I know that I as an assistant stake clerk can do so). So you might try to ask someone in such a calling for their help.


Based on my own access as a ward clerk and on the maps help it looks like only stake leaders can see ward and stake boundaries outside their stake. I can see area, mission and temple district boundaries but not boundaries for other stakes and wards.


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