About Bill McNulty

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Bill TallBill McNulty is honoured to have served the citizens of Richmond as their Councillor since 1993. He and his wife have lived in Richmond for 43 years and have raised two children, who also reside in Richmond. Bill worked as an educator in the secondary school system for 36 years.

Better known as “Richmond’s Man in Motion”, Bill has been active as a community volunteer for many years helping make a difference in the lives of others. As a community volunteer, he served on Richmond’s Advisory Planning Commission for six years from 1986-1992, five of them as Chairman, carefully planning and balancing growth in Richmond.

Bill’s concern for others is expressed in his service as a Rotarian for over 25 years, and he is the Founder and President of the Rotary E-Club of Lulu Island. A past president of the U.B.C. Alumni Association, Bill is now serving his ninth three-year term on the Academic Senate of the University of British Columbia. He has been recognized both provincially and nationally for his accomplishments. In 2005, Bill was presented the British Columbia Community Achievement Award by former Premier Gordon Campbell and Lieutenant-Governor Iona Campagnolo. In 2013, he was awarded the Queen Elizabeth II Jubilee Medal by Richmond Member of Parliament Alice Wong.

McNulty-Queens Diamond Jubilee medalBill currently represents Richmond as the first alternate to the first Director on the Metro Vancouver Board of Directors. He was a full GVRD Director from 1999-2002. Bill is Richmond’s representative on the Board of Directors of E-Comm (911) and has represented the city since June 2008. He is dedicated to ensuring that Richmond remains a healthy, sustainable, safe and enriched community. His social conscience has led him to serve as a Director of the Metro Vancouver Housing Board of Directors, representing Richmond, for the past nine years.

Bill is Chair of Richmond’s Planning Committee and is a member of the following Standing Committees of Council: General Purposes, Finance, Community Safety and Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services. He is the City Council representative to the following city advisory committees, organizations and community associations: Richmond Sports Council, the Arenas Association, the Richmond Chamber of Commerce, Thompson Community Association, and the Richmond Committee on Disability.

Bill McNulty is a strong advocate and supporter of the Arts in Richmond. He is a Life Member of the both the Richmond Arts Coalition and the Richmond Arts Connection. He is also a Life Member of the Richmond Women’s Resource Centre and has been a leader in supporting children and families.

Bill has been a tireless worker on behalf of the citizens of Richmond and has always been willing to address their concerns.

As Richmond grows and develops into a world class city, he endeavors to ensure that it remains a safe, welcoming and inclusive community drawing on the strength of its people. Culture, heritage, arts, business, sports, recreation and wellness all come together and play a role in defining the city.

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Bill Bio ManeIn achieving goals for the community and building for the future Bill always has the taxpayer in mind. He has been fiscally prudent, worked for financial planning and stability, and has been transparent in all his decisions on Council. He supports a balance of planned growth with a mixture of housing options, preserving single family neighbourhoods, seniors housing and affordable housing. He sees that Richmond is the Gateway to Asia Pacific, Canada and the U.S.A. Bill understands that the city faces the challenges of strengthening its economic development and prosperity as well as improving transportation corridors. Bill continually supports local small business and development helping create jobs in Richmond.

Bill’s leadership skills, work ethic, commitment, experience and reasoning in decision making enable him to effectively represent you on Richmond Council to build a safe, accessible, vibrant, family oriented community.

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