Welcome and thank you for visiting the

Firebird District!

The Firebird District's area of influence encompasses 100 Scouting units, over 1,675 youth, and 700 adult volunteers made up of a unique group of business and community leaders contributing to the success of each unit which creates the success of the Firebird District's Scouting Program. The Firebird District includes the communities of Avondale, Goodyear, Litchfield Park, Buckeye, Gila Bend, Tonopah, and west to the Maricopa County Border.









Next Roundtable:

September 8, 2016


St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church - School on Thomas and Litchfield (behind the YMCA).

13720 W Thomas Rd, Avondale



Boy Scout Youth Merit Badge:

Citizenship in the Community

Click here to register


October 14-16, 2016

Punkin Chunkin'

Deep Rainbow Valley


Everything you need to know, right here!  

Webelos, Arrow of Light and 11 year-old Scouts can attend with a Troop. Contact your local Troop for details.


Register by 10/1 and save $2 per Scout!

Want to know about upcoming events or be reminded about Roundtable? Join our email list and stay connected to the District!

Join us on Facebook too! 

Have a great Scouting experience to share with the District? 

Email your story, including pictures if you want! (be sure to include the completed photo permission slip found to the left), to firebirddistrictnews@gmail.com You might find yourself featured on our Facebook page or here!

Did you miss popcorn kick-off? Contact Council for popcorn materials! 

Show and sell orders are due 8/29/16. 

Show & Sell Pick-Up 9/10/16

Forms and Resources

Youth Application
Adult Application (part 1) (part 2)

2016 Firebird Communication Request Form (fillable)

Have an event or information you want shared with the District? Complete this form!

2016 Firebird District Photo Permission Slip (fillable)

Have a great photo from a recent unit event you'd like shared via Facebook or the District Newsletter? Send the photo with this release to firebirddistrictnews@gmail.com

District Leadership Contact List

Upcoming Events

Do you know what trainings are  required for your unit leaders? 

Next Adult Leader Training: TBD

Each adult volunteer who serves enjoys— and deserves — a heartfelt "Thank You" for a job well done.

 New Leaders  Leader Resources

LDS-BSA Newletters

How to update youth rosters

Order of the Arrow - Hassayampa Chapter

Our local chapter of Order of the Arrow (OA) wants you to get involved. If your troop or team needs to have elections, please contact Tom Crosser

If you have questions about elections, please review the guidelines here. LDS scouts are needed in OA too. See letter from LDS BSA Relations Director, David Pack. If you are already an OA member, we invite you to get involved with our chapter as we focus on cheerful service, camping and leadership.



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Page last updated: 7/28/16