Scouting Resources

One of the trademarks of a good Scout or Scouter is knowing your resources. From Internet links, forms and applications, to program and training materials, look to this section for your Scouting needs and Be Prepared!

Facilities and Equipment Rental Forms

When a room at the service center (council office) needs to be used for a meeting or activity space- please fill out this form and return to Bethany at the council office

Facilities Request Form


To rent equipment for a scouting event, such as the wooden Eagles for a Court of Honor, please fill out this form and return it to Bethany at the council office. 

Equipment Reservation Form

Please click on Re-Charter above.

Merit Badge Application Directory

Want to be a Merit Badge Counselor?? What better way to give back? Use your knowledge and skills to help young men, and women (February 1, 2019) grow and progress through Scouting and in life. Here is what you need to sign up and get started.

PLEASE NOTE: If you have never been registered as a merit badge counselor you MUST fill out a BSA Adult Application. Yes, even if you are currently registered in another position.

Merit Badge Counselor Application  Adult Application  Youth ProtectionExternal Link

Merit Badge Counselor List

Looking For a Merit Badge Counselor? If you are looking for a Merit Badge Counselor, please contact the Council Office, (661) 325-9036 or email You may also contact your District Advancement Chair.

Advancement Committee

  • Council Advancement Chairman
    • Desert District Advancement Chairman
    • Tejon District Advancement Chairman -- John Hunt
    • Pathfinder District Advancement Chairman -- Open Position

Eagle Scout Applications  

All potential Eagle Scouts, click HERE for all the forms required for your Eagle Scout application. 

Certificate of Insurance Requests

If you need a Certificate of Insurance for any Unit or District Activities, please fill out this form: Certificate of Insurance Request form

After completion of the form, bring this form in to the Council Service Center.

Social Media Guidelines

Social Media Guidelines for the Boy Scouts of America

Whether you're using our site, an independent host, or even Facebook and Twitter, the Boy Scouts of America offers advisory guidelines to those who publish Scouting-related information on the web. These guidelines are established to help avoid several common mistakes. Please click on the link above to review these guidelines. Read more about it hereExternal Link