Resources & Policies
The Scouting adventure, camping trips, high-adventure excursions, and having fun are important to everyone in Scouting—and so is your safety and well-being. Completing the Annual Health and Medical Record is the first step in making sure you have a great Scouting experience.
T4 BSA Code of Conduct
Scouts and Parents are required to read, sign, and return the Code of Conduct Form.
The 10 Essential Still Matter + 1 Masks
Short hike or long hike, urban, suburban, or back country. You'll enjoy every outdoor adventure if you always remember above 10+1 essentials.
Troop 4_Code_of_Conduct (607kb)
Youth Membership Forms & Dues:
Scout BSA Youth Application (required when joining the troop)
Scout BSA Transform From (if Scout is transferring from a different Unit/Troop)
Activity Consent Form for Parents (required prior to every trip)
BSA Code of Conduct (mandatory read)
Medical Forms (required annually)
Parts A & B required to go on any weekend Trip
Part C required for Summer Camp and any trips of 72 hours or more must be signed by a doctor
Merit Badge Counseling
Service Project Planning Checklist
The safety of our Scouts, volunteers, employees, and communities is our top priority. This checklist can be used for all Scouting service projects. The checklist is not an added requirement for an Eagle Scout service project.
SAFE Project Tool Use
Scouts and their parents expect all Boy Scouts of America activities to be conducted safely. To ensure the safety of participants, the Boy Scouts of America expects leaders to use the four points of SAFE when delivering the Scouting program.