Map of stake boundaries

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sp1ker
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Map of stake boundaries

Postby sp1ker » Sat Jan 18, 2020 9:28 am

Can anybody tell me how to print a large format (36" wide) map of my stake boundaries with each wards boundaries depicted?

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Re: Map of stake boundaries

Postby russellhltn » Sat Jan 18, 2020 12:49 pm

Someone with access to CDOL can down load a PDF of the stake. Pull up the stake in CDOL and along the top you'll see "Unit Boundary Forms/Maps". Under "Poster size", select the "Unit Boundary Map". The PDF for my stake is 36" x 36".
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Re: Map of stake boundaries

Postby garystroble » Sun Jan 19, 2020 12:54 am

The maps department at church headquarters used to print maps for stakes, at least they did when I was a stake clerk. Not sure if they still do that, but you could call them and ask if you are a stake clerk, executive secretary or presidency member.

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Re: Map of stake boundaries

Postby davesudweeks » Sun Jan 19, 2020 6:39 am

I think they still do. They used to print them for free but the last time I ordered one for our ward boundary map (couple of years ago), there was a $5.00 charge automatically debited to the ward budget - still a great price for a large format map. I simply called them and told them what size we wanted and asked them to ship it to the bishop's address (they needed our unit #).

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Re: Map of stake boundaries

Postby HammerGiraffe » Wed Feb 19, 2020 3:41 am

davesudweeks wrote:I think they still do. They used to print them for free but the last time I ordered one for our ward boundary map (couple of years ago), there was a $5.00 charge automatically debited to the ward budget - still a great price for a large format map. I simply called them and told them what size we wanted and asked them to ship it to the bishop's address (they needed our unit #).


Pull up the stake in CDOL and along the top you'll see "Unit Boundary Forms/Maps". Under "Poster size", select the "Unit Boundary Map". The PDF for my stake is 36" x 36".

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Re: Map of stake boundaries

Postby davesudweeks » Wed Feb 19, 2020 11:36 am

HammerGiraffe wrote:
davesudweeks wrote:I think they still do. They used to print them for free but the last time I ordered one for our ward boundary map (couple of years ago), there was a $5.00 charge automatically debited to the ward budget - still a great price for a large format map. I simply called them and told them what size we wanted and asked them to ship it to the bishop's address (they needed our unit #).


Pull up the stake in CDOL and along the top you'll see "Unit Boundary Forms/Maps". Under "Poster size", select the "Unit Boundary Map". The PDF for my stake is 36" x 36".


Correct, but if someone wants a printed map to hang in the clerk's office (as we did), it will probably cost more to have it printed at a local print shop than to order one from the church. I was responding to what I understood was a question on how to get a printed map.


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