Muir District

Muir district covers the communities of Clayton, Concord, Martinez, and Pacheco. For more information about our Scouting programs and how to join, contact any of the Key-3 listed below.

Facebook Group Page

If you or other members of your unit would like to receive the latest information regarding Scouting in our community, please check out our Muir District – GGAC Facebook group page by following the link here:

Latest News/Forms/Resources/Misc.





  • Added April 21, 2022AB 506 Live Scan background check at GGAC Service Center
    • Please see this email for details regarding an upcoming GGAC Live Scan on Saturday, April 30, 2022 at the GGAC Service Center:
    • We appreciate your patience and assistance as we join all California Youth Service Organizations in improving youth protection.
  • Added February 17, 2022AB 506 Live Scan background check (complete ASAP/by recharter)
    • A Live Scan background check (the digital version of inked fingerprinting) is required for all volunteers and staff. Live Scan replaces previous background checks; all volunteers will have to complete this once.  Please see this email for more details and the required GGAC Live Scan paperwork:
      1. Click on this link, scroll down and click “Start Training”.
      2. Unless you already have an account, click “Sign Up”, scroll down and select “Volunteers”, and click “Next”.
      3. Follow the prompts then sign-in after your account was made (unless it automatically logs you in).
      4. The web page should now show an interactive video player. Make sure to watch everything, click every prompt that it tells you to click, and you should be finished within 2 hours (should be less).
      5. After the training is complete (Overview & 3 Lessons/Modules), make sure to print and save your certificate to your computer.
      6. Fill out all the required fields and attach your certificate.
      7. Make sure to click the checkbox “I agree” and “I’m not a robot”. Then click “Submit”.
  • Added December 18, 2021: GGAC eNews Special Edition – Announcing New Youth Protection Measures in 2022.


  • Added October 1, 2021: GGAC specific requirements for YPT Certification (
    • All GGAC adult volunteers must be registered with the BSA and be Youth Protection Trained (YPT) to ensure that all adults know how to recognize and correctly report behaviors suspicious for grooming and abuse. On May 19, 2021 the GGAC Executive Board adopted a YPT policy to reinforce our awareness of Youth Safety. GGAC now requires that all registered adults 18 and over maintain YPT compliance for their entire registration period. As it is currently possible for YPT to expire during that period, this may require the adult to refresh their YPT training on an annual basis.
    • My Scouting sends reminders at 90, 60, and 30 days prior to YPT expiration. The BSA is also updating its YPT course materials effective June 1, 2021.
      • If your YPT training is not current or will expire before December 31, 2021, you should complete the course as soon as possible.
      • If you started the training, but do not complete it by May 31, 2021, you will have to retake the course.
      • If your YPT training is current, you do not immediately have to take the updated course, but you will need to ensure compliance with GGAC policy.



Muir District Roundtables FINALLY BACK IN-PERSON​

Commissioner/Committee Meetings Remain via Zoom

  • Muir District Roundtables are on the First Thursday of the Month at 07:30 PM
    • Locations are announced via Muir eNews and Facebook Group
  • Muir District Commissioner/Committee Meeting are on the Third Thursday of the Month at 07:30 PM via Zoom
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