About the 82nd Annual Meeting
The United States Conference of Mayors' 82nd Annual Meeting took place June 20-23, 2014 in Dallas. The meeting was presided over by Conference President Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson and was hosted by Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings.
On Demand Video
Each of our plenary sessions from the 82nd Annual Meeting were streamed live and available on demand.
Latest News and Releases
- June 23: USCM President Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson Wraps Up 82nd Annual Meeting of the U.S. Conference of Mayors
- June 23: Three U.S. Mayors Win Google's Get Your Business Online City Challenge
- June 23: Nation's Mayors Expand their Commitment to Attack Local Climate Challenges
- June 22: Mayors Kevin Johnson and Bill de Blasio Announce Mayoral Task Force to Tackle Inequality in America's Cities
- June 21: New Orleans and West Sacramento Named "Most Livable" Cities in America
- June 21: USCM Honors Rochester, MN, with Retirement Readiness Award
- June 20: USCM President Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson's 82nd Annual Meeting Inaugural Address, Dallas
- June 20: Mayors of Las Vegas (NV) and Gresham (OR) Win First Place Honors for their Local Energy and Climate Efforts
- June 20: U.S. Metro Areas to Spur Economic Growth Through 2020
- June 20: Video of the Opening Press Conference
Our Annual Meeting is considered the business meeting for the Conference of Mayors. Since the Winter Meeting, Mayors have been submitting proposed resolutions, which, upon adoption, become the organization's official policy.
The resolutions submission deadline for our Annual Meeting in Dallas was Wednesday, May 21 at 5:00pm Eastern Daylight Time. This is the same deadline for standing committee membership changes.
- Final Resolutions
- Memo on Resolutions and Standing Committees (6/6)
- Resolutions and Committee Membership Deadline Info
- Resolution Procedures
Message to Meeting Attendees
Unless otherwise noted, all plenary sessions, committee meetings, task force meetings, workshops and social events are open to all mayors and other officially-registered attendees. However, only member mayors of a standing committee are eligible to vote on resolutions before that standing committee.