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Conway releases results of Roundabout Community Survey and Roundabout Feasibility Study

The City of Conway released the results of the Roundabout Community Survey and Roundabout Feasibility Study on Wednesday. Results will be presented to the Conway City Council on Tuesday, May 14. ConclusionThere are many factors to consider in determinin...

Conway to break ground on more affordable housing

The City of Conway will host a groundbreaking ceremony for an affordable housing development on Thursday, March 28 at 10:00 a.m. for the new development being constructed in the historic Pine Street Neighborhood. The Spruce Street Cottages are set to begi...

Conway launches roundabout community survey

The Roundabout Community Survey is the culmination of months of collaboration between the Office of the Mayor, Department of Information Technology, and the Conway Transportation Department.

Roundabout Community Survey

The City of Conway needs your help to make a more informed decision regarding the location of our next roundabout. By participating in this survey you acknowledge the City of Conway will analyze the results to make a more informed decision regarding the lo...

Groundbreaking ceremony set for Conway’s second splash pad

The City of Conway will hold a groundbreaking ceremony for the city’s second splash pad at Fifth Avenue Park on Wednesday, February 27 at 2:00 p.m. The event will be free and open to the public.

Conway to build 25th roundabout, construction starts Monday

The City of Conway will begin building the city's 25th roundabout on Monday, February 25.

Van Ronkle Street to close Tuesday

In conjunction with Conway Corporation and other utility companies, the City of Conway is working to complete a four-phase infrastructure improvement project in downtown Conway.

Conway awarded grant to extend trail network

The Office of the Mayor has been awarded a matching Recreational Trails Program grant from the Arkansas Department of Transportation to lengthen Stone Dam Creek Trail. Currently, the 2,200-foot trail begins at the Dave Ward Drive pedestrian overpass and e...

Give blood, get a free entry to Museum of Discovery

Arkansas Blood Institute is urging all healthy adults, ages 16 and up, to take only about an hour of their time to give blood at the Central Fire Station on Caldwell Avenue from 10:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. As an added incentive, Museum of Discovery is teamin...

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