Discovery is at the heart of Scouting. Whether it’s a campout, derby car race, or hike on the trail, we believe every adventure helps us uncover a little more about ourselves. We build the foundations for humility and compassion—strengthening character through actions—to prepare youth for a lifetime of leadership. (source BSA)

About us

Troop 14 is located in Albany, CA, and is in Herms District of the Golden Gate Area Council, Boy Scouts of America,  Join us

 If your son or daughter is interested in learning more about scouting or our Troop, please come to a meeting, or contact us.


We meet at Albany Veteran’s Memorial Hall on Tuesday evenings from 6:30pm to 8:00pm throughout the school year, and less formally during the summer. 


From camping to service projects, to community dinners, we have many great troop activities every year.  Advanture of the life time, leadership training, family fun and prepare for the future.



Hi Troop! Adam and Jak or Dan will be giving those who need it their BSA swim test right before the next meeting (2024-03-12) at the Albany swimming pool at 6:15 p.m. This is for whitewater and/or canoe. Then the boys can walk over to the regular scout Tue. meeting!


Hello Troop 14 Families,

Tomorrow's meeting will be our second Court Of Honor for the year.  We will be recognizing all of the hard work that the scouts have done. 

Parents should plan to attend and scouts should be in full dress 

uniform.  Parents are asked to bring a dessert dish. Below is a list of  all the badges that we plan to give out tomorrow.  Please check the list carefully, if something is missing from the list please email be ASAP.  Looking forward to seeing you all there.

Important Update for volunteers (AB 506): 

A recent bill was passed by the State of California requiring volunteers and staff of Youth Service Organizations (e.g. Scout units, church groups, and sports teams) to complete training in child abuse and neglect reporting, and undergo Live Scan background checks.

AB 506 goes into effect on January 1, 2022.  All registered BSA volunteer positions and employees including camp staff must comply with AB506.  In addition, other volunteers who are 18 years of age or older and who have direct contact with, or supervision of, children for more than 16 hours a month or 32 hours per year must complete a Live Scan background check (the digital version of inked fingerprinting) and complete online mandated reporter training.

Mandated Reporter Training is required in addition to our BSA Youth Protection Training. Volunteer leaders must complete the 2 hour training and upload your certificate at California Scouting by February 28, 2022.  Follow AB506 Volunteer Process link below.

NOTE: When upload your certificate use the following DATE format: YYYY-MM-DD