Each year during our annual conference and AGM, UMNB delegates vote on resolutions. Only UMNB members may submit resolutions for consideration, and only UMNB members may vote. Adopted resolutions form the basis of UMNB’s advocacy priorities.
For more information on how policies are submitted and adopted, please refer to UMNB Policy 95-09.

The following resolutions are open as of the UMNB Annual General Meeting held October 9, 2022.

U-12-05 Watercourse and Wetland Alteration – Municipal Consultation
U-17-07 Streetlights and NB Power Rate Hearing
U-17-10 NB Coastline Protection
U-18-03 NB Power slow response times
U-18-04 Designated Highways Funding Notification and Information
U-18-05 Railway Right of Way Flooding
U-18-06 Funding for Fire Emergency Responses for Highways
U-18-07 Automatic Funding from LSDs for Recreational Infrastructure
U-18-08 Support for Transition to a Low Carbon Economy
U-18-11 By-Law Enforcement Officers
U-19-01 Ban on Flushable Wipes
U-19-03 Randomized Names on Municipal Election Ballots
U-19-04 Control of Urban Deer
U-19-05 Municipal Property Tax Exemptions
U-19-06 Provincial HST Rebates for Municipalities
U-19-09 Restoring Funding Levels for Designated Highway Upgrades
U-20-01 Support for NB Land-Based Natural Resource Industries
U-20-03 Universal Affordable High-Speed Internet Access in New Brunswick
U-20-04 Machinery Tax Resolution
U-21-01 RCMP Costs
U-21-02 Municipal Insurance Program
U-21-04 Service New Brunswick
U-21-05 Ban Recyclable and Compostable Materials at Landfills
U-21-06 Permanent Resident Voting Rights
U-21-07 Indigenous Languages on Ballots
U-21-08 Municipal Climate Change Funding
U-22-01 Advocacy Funding
U-22-02 Strengthening Communities
Consolidation of Provincial 911 Call-taking, Ambulance, Fire Dispatch, and Provincial Mobile Control Centre
U-22-04 Financial Costs of Municipal Reform
U-22-05 Shortfall in Budgets due to Tax Increase Limits
U-22-06 Municipal Reform Awareness
U-22-07 Ambulance Availability