|Bil McNulty is a long-time Richmond, BC resident who worked as a counsellor in a Vancouver secondary school, Bill has served on Richmond City Council since 1993. Better known as “Richmond’s Man in Motion”, Bill has been active as a community volunteer in Richmond for many years, especially in sports-related activities. He has served on Sport B.C. for six years, was a member of the committee which organized Richmond’s bid for the 1994 Commonwealth Games, and has been extensively involved in local community television broadcasting.|
Bill has been involved in track and field for six decades and is a life member of Richmond’s Sports Council and the Richmond Lawn Bowling Association. He has been a President of both BC Athletics and the Canadian Track & Field Association. For many years he was a B Director of the Canadian Olympic Association. He has been a coach, manager, administrative leader and Chef-de-Mission of many Canadian Games teams and touring Canadian track and field teams around the world. Bill is also a long time serving Rotarian.
A past president of the UBC Alumni Association, Bill is currently serving his eighth three-year term on the Senate of the University of British Columbia. He served on Richmond’s Advisory Planning Commission for six years from 1986-1992, five of them as Chairman.
Bill currently represents Richmond as the first alternate to the first Director on the Metro Vancouver Board. He is also a Director on the Board of E-Comm (911) and is Richmond’s representative.
He is Director of the Metro Vancouver Housing Committee and a Director of the Metro Vancouver Housing Board of Directors for the past six years.
Bill is Chairman of Richmond’s Planning Committee and a member of the following Standing Committees of Council: Finance; General Purposes; Community Safety and Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services.
He is the City Council representative to the following advisory committees, organizations and community associations: the Richmond Sports Council; the Richmond Arenas Association; the Richmond Chamber of Commerce; Thompson Community Centre; Richmond Committee on Disability; and Tourism Richmond.