Baltimore Area Council, Boy Scouts of America, is divided into 13 districts to better administer Scouting within geographic, specialty and cultural communities.  Each is lead by a team of volunteers, (district committees and commissioner staffs) with the help and encouragement of at least one full time staff member (district executive & possibly a district director).

Districts support the community organizations (such as churches, service clubs and veterans organizations) that charter Scouting groups, the volunteer leaders who work directly with youth members, as well as the unit volunteers who help administer the pack, team, troop, crew, and post program.

To find your district's webpage, check out the map below or select from the description of the non-geographic districts.


district map