Clark County, Nevada’s most populous county and the home of Las Vegas, has more Latter-day Saint stakes than all the other counties in Nevada combined.
With 30 stakes, it also has the second most stakes in any county outside of Utah, behind the 72 stakes in Maricopa County, Arizona, which includes the Phoenix metropolitan area.
Nevada has 43 stakes. Clark County has 73% of the state’s population and 70% of the stakes. The 30 stakes consist of 19 in Las Vegas and neighboring unincorporated areas, seven in Henderson, two in Mesquite and one each in North Las Vegas and Logandale.
The Reno metropolitan area, in Washoe County, has five stakes. That county has 16% of Nevada’s population and 12% of the stakes in the state.
While Nye and Lyon counties have no stakes headquartered in them, each county has six wards, assigned to stakes in neighboring counties.
Douglas County has two wards, Lander County has one ward and two branches, Pershing and Mineral counties have one ward each, and Eureka County has one branch.
Latter-day Saints living in Storey and Esmeralda counties attend congregations in neighboring counties.
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