The United States Conference of Mayors holds two major meetings each year, which are open to all mayors to attend. Our Annual Meeting is held in June or early July in a designated member city. Its primary purpose is to adopt policy resolutions that guide the advocacy work of the organization. Our Winter Meeting is always held in late January in Washington, D.C. The primary purpose of this meeting is to engage with the White House, the current administration, and Congress and to discuss the priorities of America’s mayors.
The Conference also holds two Leadership Meetings each year for the elected and appointed leadership of the organization. One is held in the fall and the other in winter, and the purpose of these meetings is to develop strategy, focus the priorities of the organization, engage with top-level officials from the current administration and Congress, and identify emerging issues. Additional meetings are often scheduled throughout the year with notifications sent to member mayors and their staff.