Long Term Food Storage in Las Vegas

by Mercedes
(Las Vegas, NV)

I have serious concerns about living here. I have started food storage however, I don't know anyone here who believes as I do as to what is happening. Any suggestions regarding LDS canneries here. I also dehydrate and can if I have to relocate I certainly will.

Any suggestions? Thank you for any help.


Believe me, there are plenty of people in Las Vegas who are preparing just like you. You just haven't found them yet. Here's a place to start. This website is put together by someone who lives somewhere around LV: SelfReliantSisters.blogspot.com. Lots of good information there.

Here's the address and phone number of the LDS Cannery in LV:
4455 Allen Ln
North Las Vegas
Phone (702) 649-2909

Good luck! You're on the right track.

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Regarding My Location in Las Vegas, NV
by: Mercedes

Thank you so much for this information, I feel reassured by your help. I feel much more confident now. Thank you for all you do and for your planning and assistance. I am very grateful.

You are very welcome, Mercedes. I'm glad I could be of some help to you.


LDS Cannery & Food Storage
by: Mercedes

I would like to express my gratitude to you. I have gone to the LDS cannery and it is so close to my home that I was so pleased. Lovely people, very happy to help us. What a blessing.

I have been doing my storing of food, including now preparing my sanitation bucket. I purchased 2 buckets and toilets seat with lids for the buckets through Emergency Essentials®.

I am just so grateful to you and those that have helped me.

Thank you all. Mercedes

Better phone number
by: Anonymous

Cannery phone is 702-631-2438
(closed on Sundays and Mondays)

LDS Cannery
by: Art Walnum

The LDS Cannery (4455 Allen Lane, Las Vegas) no longer has facilities for patron canning, but everything comes from Salt Lake in #10 cans and packed in six-can cases. Individual cans or cases can be purchased at cost. Most of the cans stay good for 25 years. Anyone can purchase items; you don't need to be LDS.

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