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Kansas City, MO

US Conference of Mayors

The 92nd Annual Meeting of the United States Conference of Mayors will take place June 20-23, 2024 in Kansas City, Missouri. It will be presided over by Reno Mayor Hillary Schieve and hosted by Kansas City, MO Mayor Quinton Lucas. 

Proposed Resolutions 

The deadline for submission of proposed resolutions by member mayors was Tuesday, May 21, at 5:00 pm ET. This was also the deadline for standing committee membership changes. 

Submitted resolutions will be posted here no later than two weeks prior to the start of the Annual Meeting. 

A member mayor may add their name as a co-sponsor via community.usmayors.org or the USCM mobile app after the resolutions are assigned and made publicly available up until the time the resolutions are considered in the Annual Meeting Business Session. 

If you have previously created a USCM login, either for USCM Community or the USCM mobile app, you can use that same login. If not, simply create a new account. You can also reset your password if you do not remember your account information. 

Here is a basic instruction guide to help with any common questions and first steps. 

If you need additional assistance, please email support@usmayors.org

Themes and Opportunities 

Under the leadership of the 81st President of the United States Conference of Mayors Reno Mayor Hillary Schieve, key priorities to be discussed will include — but not be limited to: 

  • The Surging Mental Health Crisis; 
  • Housing and Homelessness; 
  • Public Safety; 
  • Artificial Intelligence 
  • “Placemaking”, and 
  • Infrastructure Investment. 

Other priorities and opportunities include: 

  1. Direct engagement with high-level Biden Administration officials as well as other key policy and thought leaders. 
  2. A Mayors-Only Discussion on Thursday afternoon (Subject TBA). 
  3. The consideration, debate, and adoption of policy resolutions submitted by member mayors. This will occur during the meetings of the 11 policy Standing Committees on Thursday, June 20 and Friday, June 21, and then during the official Annual Business Session on Sunday Morning, June 23rd. 
  4. Numerous opportunities for direct mayor-to-mayor engagement on a wide range of topics impacting cities of all sizes and in all regions of our nation and the sharing of best practices and innovative projects among mayors. 
  5. Priorities for the remainder of the 118th Congress.
  6. Continued implementation of historic legislation passed by the 117th and 118th Congresses and signed into law by President Biden: 
    1. The American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) — $65.1 Billion for ALL Cities 
    2. The Bipartisan Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA) — $1.2 Trillion over 10 Years
    3. The Bipartisan CHIPS and Science Act 
    4. The Bipartisan Safer Communities Act 
    5. The Inflation Reduction Act (which includes key USCM priorities related to climate change and health care affordability and access) 
    6. The Bipartisan Fiscal Year 2024 Omnibus Appropriations Acts 
  7. A plenary discussion on “The 2024 Election and Female Voters: Strategies to Boost Voter Turnout” during a luncheon on Friday, June 21. 
  8. The inauguration of Columbus, OH Mayor Andrew J. Ginther as the 82nd President of The United States Conference of Mayors during a luncheon on Sunday, June 23. 
  9. Networking opportunities with USCM Platinum Partners and Mayors Business Council Members.
  10. Evening events arranged by our Host Mayor Quinton Lucas and his host committee that will highlight the very best of Kansas City, MO — and give all attendees the opportunity to talk, share stories, and be together as part of the USCM family. You can see all that is happening by checking out the Host City Webpage.