Districts

WHAT IS A DISTRICT?

The district is a fundamental element of the BSA structure. By dividing the council Service Area into districts, we are better able to administer, train, and serve the packs, troops, and crews within each of the boundaries. The districts will independently offer resources and personnel who can make the Scouting experience for you and your Scout a positive and engaging experience.

When you locate your district, take the time to look over your district staff, program and event opportunities, and trainings that may be taking place in your area. Also be sure to attend your next upcoming Roundtable event as these are great resources for gaining insight and ideas for your unit.

ANAWANNA TRAILS

The Anawanna Trails District serves Scouts and Scouters in Western Washington County and Greene County.  

Since 2020, Anawana Trails has supported 790 youth members, 344 adult volunteers, 17 Cub Scout packs, 23 Scouts BSA troops, and 1 Venturing crew.

Beaver valley

The Beaver Valley District serves Scouts and Scouters in Beaver County. 

Since 2020, Beaver Valley has supported 744 youth members, 333 adult volunteers, 13 Cub Scout packs, 18 Scouts BSA troops, and 2 Venturing crews.

Chestnut Ridge

The Chestnut Ridge District serves Scouts and Scouters in Indiana County.

Since 2020, Chestnut Ridge has supported 219 youth members, 127 adult volunteers, 6 Cub Scout packs, and 6 Scouts BSA troops.

Eagle Valley

The Eagle Valley District serves Scouts and Scouters in southern Allegheny County. 

Since 2020, Eagle Valley has supported 1,312 youth members, 603 adult volunteers, 23 Cub Scout packs, 26 Scouts BSA troops, and 3 Venturing crews.

Forbes Trail

The Forbes Trail District serves Scouts and Scouters in Somerset County. 

Since 2020, Forbes Trail has supported 272 youth members, 115 adult volunteers, 8 Cub Scout packs, and 9 Scouts BSA troops.

Fort Bedford

The Fort Bedford District serves Scouts and Scouters in Bedford County.

Since 2020, Fort Bedford has supported 206 youth members, 76 adult volunteers, 6 Cub Scout packs, 4 Scouts BSA troops, and 1 Venturing crew.

Frontier

The Frontier District serves Western Allegheny County.

Since 2020, the Frontier District has supported 850 youth members, 330 adult volunteers, 13 Cub Scout packs, 13 Scouts BSA troops, and 1 Venturing crew.

Japeechen

The Japeechen District serves Scouts and Scouters in North Eastern Allegheny County.

Since 2020, Japeechen has supported 693 youth members, 310 adult volunteers, 10 Cub Scout packs, 13 Scouts BSA troops, and 1 Venturing crew.

Keystone

The Keystone District serves Scouts and Scouters in Cambria County. 

Since 2020, Keystone has supported 545 youth members, 187 adult volunteers, 10 Cub Scout packs, and 12 Scouts BSA troops.

Lackawanna

The Lackawanna District serves Scouts and Scouters in Easterna and Southeastern Allegheny County. 

Since 2020, Lackawanna has supported 946 youth members, 402 adult volunteers, 18 Cub Scout packs, and 24 Scouts BSA troops.

Mon Valley

The Mon Valley District serves Scouts and Scouters in parts of Westmoreland and Fayette Counties. 

Since 2020, Mon Valley has supported 361 youth members, 151 adult volunteers, 8 Cub Scout packs, and 8 Scouts BSA troops.

Potomac

The Potomac District serves Scouts and Scouters in Allegany and Garrett Counties in Maryland and Grant, Hampshire, Hardy, and Mineral Counties in West Virginia. 

Since 2020, Potomac has supported 485 youth members, 259 adult volunteers, 13 Cub Scout packs, and 17 Scouts BSA troops.

Seneca

The Seneca District serves Scouts and Scouters in Northern Allegheny County.

Since 2020, Seneca has supported 1,237 youth members, 460 adult volunteers, 17 Cub Scout packs, and 21 Scouts BSA troops.

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16,468

youth in 2020

Support Scouting.

Scouting is a rewarding program where youth can learn, lead, grow and participate in a world of exciting outdoor activities.

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The Boy Scouts of America, Laurel Highlands Council, serves nearly 10,000 youth members and 4,000 volunteer adult leaders throughout its multi-state footprint in Western Pennsylvania, Western Maryland, and parts of West Virginia, making it one of the largest councils in the Boy Scouts of America.

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