Here is a list of the 12 districts in the United States provided with year of creation and the number of branches.
- Anchorage Alaska Bush (1979): 7
- Traverse City Michigan (1994): 9
- Paterson New Jersey (1999): 3
- Brooklyn New York North (1998): 5
- Lynbrook New York (1999): 5
- Potsdam New York (2000): 6
- Brookville Pennsylvania (1981): 7
- Pierre South Dakota (1979): 9
- Eagle Pass Texas (1997): 5
- Fort Stockton Texas (2003): 4
- Laredo Texas (1995): 4
- Wendover Utah (1998): 4
- Fort Frances Ontario (1970): 5
- Kingston Ontario (1996): 8
- New Glasgow Nova Scotia (1989): 9
- Saguenay Québec (1978): 3
- Terrace British Columbia (1980): 4
The creation of new districts in the United States appears unlikely as Church leaders desire members in remote locations or in areas with few members to benefit from all the blessings that stakes offer members that districts do not, such as patriarchs, high priests, greater responsibilities with temple and missionary work, and larger numbers of active members for fellowshipping. It is interesting to note that with two exceptions all the districts in the United States were created between 1994 and 2003. With the exception of the Anchorage Alaska Bush District, the United States may in the coming years not have any other districts as some districts turn into stakes or are divided among surrounding stakes.
Outlying branches in some areas of Canada may be gathered into additional districts as these areas are very long distances away from stakes or currently do not have enough active members to form districts. These locations include Newfoundland and Prince Edward Island.