About Mt Olympus District

The Chief Seattle Council is divided into 9 districts with leadership provided by the District Executive, District Chairman, and the District Commissioner. Except for the District Executive, the committee is staffed by volunteers.

The Mt. Olympus District serves Jefferson County from the Hood Canal Bridge to the west including Clallam County to Neah Bay. There are Scouting units in every major community with the possibility of developing more. Registered adult volunteers are provided free training and the support needed to start new units. If you are interested in learning more about Scouting, please contact or visit one of the Cub Scout Packs, Scouts BSA Troops, Venturing Crews, Ships or Exploring Posts in our community at Scout Me In.


District Roundtable Meetings: The Mt. Olympus District Roundtable meets on the second Thursday of each month at 7:30PM virtually. The objective of roundtable is to provide unit leaders with program ideas; information on policy and events; and training opportunities. It is a forum for sharing experiences and enjoying fun and fellowship with other Scout leaders, families are welcome to attend and learn more about opportunities in scouting.

District Committee Meetings: The Mt. Olympus District Committee meets virtually on the Thursday of each month at 7:30 pm. This meeting is a planning session for district staff, however anyone may attend or be added to the agenda. The voting members of the Mt. Olympus District consist of volunteer representatives from each chartered organization having at least one BSA unit, plus annually elected members-at-large who in turn elect the District Chair.

District Commissioner Meetings: The Mt. Olympus District Commissioners meet at the same date and location as the District Committee meeting also starting at 7:30 PM. If you are a former leader with a rich history in scouting consider serving as a Unit Commissioner. 

Events and Training hosted or supported annually by Mt. Olympus District Volunteers:

  • Klondike – Winter sled racing, scout skills, and dutch oven cooking in February at Heart of the Hills.
  • Merit Badge Clinic – Spring and fall.
  • Scouting for Food – Cub Scout service project in March.
  • High Adventure Camporee – Scout skills in April at Camp Parsons.
  • OA Induction Weekend and Ordeal – June (Council)
  • Adult Leader Recognition Ceremony & Scouts BSA Triathlon – June
  • Cub Scout Day Camp & Scouts BSA Camping – July 
  • Scouts BSA Night Hike – August
  • OA Conclave & Bike-O-Ree – September (Council)
  • Scout-O-Rama & Webelos Woods – October
  • FOS Pinewood Classic
  • FOS Glamp Like a Champ
  • FOS Doggie Day Camp
  • BALOO – Pack Leader training.
  • IOLS – Introduction to Outdoor Leader Skills – Scoutmaster and ASM training.
  • Program and Training Conference – Adult Leader Training in October (Council).
  • WFA – Wilderness First Aid training.
  • Wood Badge – Adult Leader training (Council)