Chief Seattle Council is composed of five Territory Service Areas.  Each territory covers a specific region in the greater Seattle area.  Each unit in Chief Seattle Council is assigned to one of these five territories which also has a committee dedicated to that territory.  Visit each territory page to see their activities, advancement, contacts and other information, and see a list of all activities across territories below.

Grand Columbia

Adams, Grant, and Kittitas counties plus parts of Chelan and Douglas  (Basalt Coulee)

Ferry and Okanogan counties plus parts of Chelan and Douglas (Highlands)

Yakima county plus parts of Benton and Klickitat (Simcoe Mountain)

Bellevue, Juanita, Kirkland, and Mercer Island. (Lake Shores)

Bothell, Carnation, Duvall, Kenmore, Redmond, Woodinville. (Northern Trails)

Fall City, Issaquah, North Bend, Sammamish, Snoqualmie, portions of Newcastle, and the Renton Highlands. (Alpine)

Auburn, Black Diamond, Covington, Kent, Newcastle, Maple Valley, Pacific, Renton, Skyway. (Mt Tahoma)

Bainbridge Island, Seabeck, Crosby, Bremerton, Silverdale, Port Orchard, Belfair, Bangor, Erlands Point-Kitsap Lake, Indianola, Kingston, Manchester, Navy Yard City, Olalla, Parkwood, Poulsbo,  Suquamish, Tracyton. (Kitsap)

Clallam and Jefferson counties. (Mt Olympus)

Lake Forest Park, North Seattle, Shoreline. (Aurora)

Beacon Hill, Burien, Capitol Hill, Central District, Columbia City, Des Moines, Hillman City, Madrona, Montlake, Normandy Park, Rainier Beach, Rainier Valley, SeaTac, Seattle, South Seattle, Tukwila, Vashon Island, West Seattle, White Center. (Duwamish)

Activities Across All Territories

Camporee Only   |   Klondike Only   |   Advancement Only   |   Training only
John Spear

Territory Committee Meeting

Always on the first Thursday of the month at 7:00 pm (unless it isn’t…😉) . Click through for the location, Zoom link (if not attending in person, and the agenda.

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IOLS Training – April 19-20 2024 at Camp Edward

MARK YOUR CALENDARS! Welcome to Introduction to Outdoor Leader Skills training. The Introduction to Outdoor Leader Skills (IOLS) course builds and expands on the concepts and themes introduced in Scoutmaster Position-Specific Training and provides Scouters with the confidence to take youth into the outdoors.

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