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Annual Boards & Commissions Openings

The City of Conway is accepting nominations for Boards and Commissions. Nominations for all boards must be in writing on the nomination form. Nominations will be accepted from the individual interested in serving or from another person wishing to nominate...

Conway seeks feedback on congested intersection at Donaghey and Tyler

Public meeting set to kickstart Conway Historic Preservation Plan

Historic preservation is critical to ensuring future generations understand Conway's story and can see that history represented in the buildings throughout our community.

Conway named Recycling Education Program of the Year

The Conway Department of Sanitation has been named the 2019 Recycling Education Program of the Year by the Arkansas Recycling Coalition (ARC). This award honors an agency or association who has made a significant contribution to the advancement of waste re...

Conway awarded grant to develop city-wide historic preservation plan

The City of Conway has been awarded a grant from the Arkansas Historic Preservation Program, a division of the Department of Arkansas Heritage, to develop a city-wide, streamlined historic preservation plan for the Conway Planning and Development Departmen...

Conway rebuilding Stanley Russ Road

The City of Conway started rebuilding Stanley Russ Road on Monday, June 24. We will rebuild in two phases: East of Wasson RoadWest of Wasson RoadBoth phases should be complete within one year. Stanley Russ Road will only be open to local traffic so pleas...

Conway to host grand opening for splash pad at Fifth Avenue Park

The City of Conway will host a grand opening ceremony for the splash pad at Fifth Avenue Park on Thursday, June 27 at 10:30 a.m. The event will be free and open to the public. “Since our first splash pad was such a hit with children and their families, cho...

Conway announces upcoming transportation infrastructure projects

Mayor Bart Castleberry announced the City of Conway's upcoming transportation infrastructure improvement projects. "We paved 58 streets last year and we're looking forward to fixing more streets this year," said Mayor Castleberry. "We know f...

Fine dam by Alex Kienlen

It was the wettest Spring That memory can ever tell In ’19 the rain kept coming But the Lollie Levee held Rain just never ending Falling on top of what fell The water kept on rising But the Lollie Levee held The red phone started ringing A warning, eme...

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