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Mayor Bart Castleberry had a call with Congressman French Hill this morning about the situation in Conway. Congressman Hill pledged his assistance to support the City’s efforts.
Conditions at the Lollie Levee and Lake Conway are being monitored closely.
The Department of Sanitation facility has closed to the public due to internal roads being underwater. Yard waste collections have been discontinued but provisions have been made for normal trash and recycling collections to continue.
Conway Municipal Airport will remain open during daytime hours until Friday. After Friday it will close until further notice.
The City’s hotline remains open during normal business hours (8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.) and will be updated with recorded messages after hours. (501) 328-4176
Sandbags are still available at the following locations inside the city of Conway:
Continue to follow the City’s social media accounts for up-to-date information.
Update for Tuesday, May 28, 2019
Mayor Bart Castleberry met with city department heads early this morning to discuss the city’s preparations for projected flooding along the Arkansas River.
After the meeting, city officials joined Faulkner County Office of Emergency Management, Conway Corporation, and other county agencies on a conference call with the National Weather Service and the U.S. Army Corp of Engineers.
“We are encouraged by news that the projected crest has not increased, the timeframe has not been extended, and the forecasted rainfall for Conway has decreased,” said Mayor Castleberry.
“We’re maintaining contact with Arkansas Game and Fish Commission on Lake Conway levels that could possibly affect eastern Conway,” said Conway Fire Chief Mike Winter. “Several roads in the county have been closed or will close soon. Please obey all posted notices and traffic control devices.”
The emergency shelter at Don Owen Sport Center will remain open during the flood event for those in the affected areas.
Sandbags will be available at the following locations inside the city of Conway:
The city has set up a hotline for updates and questions. The phones will be manned during normal business hours. The hours may be extended based on call volume. (501) 328-4176
Follow the City of Conway on social media.
Mayor Castleberry asks all residents to take appropriate preparations in advance of any potential flooding. We encourage everyone to signup to receive CodeRed Alerts.
Bobby M. Kelly III
City of Conway, Arkansas