The Crossroads District, covering Eastern Onondaga County, serves over 1300 youth in 57 units.
The administrative functions of the district and its committees are overseen by the volunteer District Chairman, and the unit-service aspects of district operations are managed by the volunteer District Commissioner. The paid professional (District Executive) advises the district's top leadership and serves as a sounding board for concerns. Together, these individuals make up the District Key-3.
District Leadership (Key-3)
District Committee Meetings take place on the first Wednesday of the month at 7:00 p.m. via Zoom. Registered committee members will receive the meeting link via email.
District Roundtables take place on the last Wednesday of the month via Zoom (click for meeting link). Quarterly in-person gatherings will be communicated to unit Key 3s with advance notice.