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City Attorney 1234 Main Street – Conway 72034 (501) 450-6193
City Clerk 1201 Oak Street – Conway 72032 (501) 450-6100
Community Development 1201 Oak Street – Conway 72032 (501) 513-3570
District Court 810 Parkway Street – Conway 72034 (501) 450-6112
Finance Department 1201 Oak Street – Conway 72032 (501) 450-6101
Fire Department Central Station – 1401 Caldwell Sreet – Conway (501) 450-6147
Human Resources Department 1201 Oak Street – Conway 72032 (501) 450-6102
Information Technology Department 4605 Wescon Lane – Conway 72034 (501) 513-3521
Mayor 1201 Oak Street – Conway 72032 (501) 450-6110
Parks and Recreation Department 10 Lower Ridge Rd – Conway 72032 (501) 450-6186
Physical Plant 822 Locust Street – Conway 72032 (501) 450-6124
Planning and Development Department 1201 Oak Street – Conway 72032
• Planning (501) 450-6105
• Permits and Inspections 72032 (501) 450-6107
• Code Enforcement (501) 450-6191
Police Department 1105 Prairie Street – Conway 72032 (501) 450-6120
• Animal Welfare Unit 4550 Hwy 64 West – Conway 72034 (501) 450-6160
Sanitation / Recycling 4550 Hwy 64W – Conway (501) 450-6155
Street Department 100 E Robins Street – Conway 72032 (501) 450-6165
Conway has a mayor-council form of government. The eight member City Council is the community's legislative body. It sets policy, approves budgets, and adopts ordinances and resolutions.
The city is divided into four wards, each represented by two council members, one elected at-large and one elected ward specific, for a two-year term. Click here to view the ward map. The Office of Mayor is a full-time position, elected at-large for a four-year term. The mayor manages city services, presides over City Council meetings, acts as liaison to governmental agencies and city groups, and represents the city at official functions.
Regular council meetings are generally held on the second and fourth Tuesdays of each month at 6:30pm; committee meetings are held on the same days at 5:30pm in the District Court Building at 810 Parkway in downtown Conway.
Other elected officials are the City Clerk/Treasurer, the City Attorney, and the District Court Judge. The City Clerk serves a four year term and is the custodian of all the laws, finances and ordinances. The City Clerk also keeps a regular and correct journal of the proceedings of the city council.
The City Attorney serves a four-year term and represents the City in legal matters, including serving as prosecutor in city matters in District Court.
The District Court Judge serves a four-year term and presides over the District Court.
As the chief executive officer of the city, the Mayor manages each of the city's departments.