Every unit should submit their charter renewal and fees by November 30th.


You are able to access the online re-charter process beginning October 1st.

A link will be sent out to access your unit's current roster to assist with the recharter process. Troops, Crews, Ships and Posts will be sent out the first week of September. Cub Scout Packs will be sent out the first week of October to insure all new members recruited are included on their roster. Please submit any new members as soon as possible to the council office.

You can use this charter roster to make sure all youth that are currently meeting are registered.  Some units use this renewal paperwork to re-charter versus completing online.  There are instructions above on how to re-charter your unit online or using the paperwork provided. During this charter renewal process you have an important role in approving your unit’s adult leadership.

Please make sure every registered adult’s Youth Protection training is up to date. 

Every adult must take the new Youth Protection Training by October 1, 2018

If a volunteer does not meet the BSA’s Youth Protection training requirement at the time of re-charter, the volunteer will not be reregistered. 

Your district and council is here to support you with your re-chartering efforts.

Thank you for everything you do for Scouting and the youth we serve.

Are you a Cub Scout Pack, Boy Scout Troop, Varsity Scout Team, Venturing Crew or Sea Scout Ship?
CLICK HERE to access Internet Recharter.

Are you an Explorer Post?
CLICK HERE to access Internet Recharter through the MyParticipation portal.

What if my unit has questions?
Please contact your District Commissioner or District Executive. Contact info will be on your District Info pagepage or for executive info CLICK HERE for staff directory.



Units must remain registered to be covered by the BSA liability insurance policy.
Adults must be registered to be covered by the BSA liability insurance and council accident insurance policies.
Being late with this process will affect your youth members’ advancements and unit/individual registration tenure.
Youth members must be registered to be covered by the council accident insurance policy.
Criminal records background checks are conducted on adults when applications are turned in to the council office.
Boy’s Life and Scouting magazine subscriptions may be suspended if a unit’s re-charter is turned in late.

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