Utilities and Public Services

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Conway Corporation 650 Locust Street | 501-450-6000 | ConwayCorp.com

Conway Corporation is a private, nonprofit corporation that operates the city-owned electric, water, wastewater, cable television, broadband Internet, and telephone services within the city limits. The municipal utility allows residents to enjoy reliable service and reasonable rates. Conway Corp customers have the ability to pay online.

Conway Corporation has been part of the Conway community since 1929, when the Conway City Council first franchised the corporation to operate the city's electric light plant. Conway Corporation was created at the time out of a need in the community to raise revenue to help keep Hendrix College and Central Baptist College in Conway. The company has stayed true to its original mission of supporting education and serving the community.

To report an outage, please contact Conway Corp online or by calling 501.450.6000.


City of Conway Sanitation Department 4550 Highway 64 West | 501-450-6155 | ConwaySanitation.org

Conway Sanitation provides a 96-gallon trash container to each of the 21, 000 homes within the city limits. It also encourages residents to participate in its convenient and free curbside recycling program. Conway's recycling program is a co-mingled program, meaning all recyclables -with the exception of glass – can be mixed together in a blue, city-provided, recycling cart. A recycling bin for glass is available to Conway residents at no charge and is picked up on the same day as garbage. More than two-thirds of Conway residents participate in the elective recycling program.

Conway Sanitation, together with the Faulkner County Solid Waste Management District, operates an educational program for area students about the benefits of recycling. Each year, thousands of schoolchildren tour the Conway Recycling Center and its on-site "Recycle City" classroom. This dedicated space promotes through hands-on learning good waste management and conservation practices. Tours and presentations are also available for community groups.