• In 2025, Conway has a city water park on par with Carondelet Park/Regional Complex in St. Louis.
      The city has benchmarked regional public water parks. This project would be a significant expense. The community should determine if this is still a priority.


  • In 2025, Conway actively benchmarks other city parks systems and continues to identify opportunities for green space in expanded areas of the city.


  • In 2025, Conway partners with the school district to uses existing playgrounds as “after hours” parks for neighborhoods.


  • In 2025, Markham Street is home to an amphitheatre and park on the site of the former scrap yard.
      The city has purchased the scrap yard. A master plan is being completed using a “Jump Start” grant from Metroplan.


  • In 2025, Conway parks have plenty of clean and safe restrooms.
      Restrooms at Gatlin and Laurel Parks have been upgraded. Fifth Avenue and Beaverfork Parks are scheduled for 2015.


  • In 2025, Conway is home to a multi-purpose, coliseum style facility that regularly hosts large, multi-day events.


⇒  Accomplished

⇒  Some progress, but still requires action

⇒  No measurable action taken

  • Stacey J.

    Conway needs a REAL bike path, not bicycles painted on roads with no shoulders. I would love to be able to bike around Conway safely instead of taking my bike to Little Rock to bike on the LR-NLR paths and bridges.

  • Christine Reifeiss

    “In 2025, Conway partners with the school district to use existing playgrounds as “after hours” parks for neighbors.”
    This could happen now. Why wait? “Joint use Agreement” grants are available from the Arkansas Dept of Education…$5,000 a semester per school (not per district.) For more information, contact Christine.reifeiss@arkansas.gov or visit the Faulkner County Healthy Weight Coalition facebook page or website (Faulknerhwc.org)

  • Cwschuetter
  • Robync

    Please Join Us!

    The 2012 Spring Exploring Our World Series sponsored by the College of Liberal Arts kicks off tomorrow  with the lecture titled “Conway’s Creative Approach to Battling Obesity Through Active Infrastructure Projects and Programs”. The lecture will be presented by Dr. Duston Morris, faculty member in the Department of Health Sciences.

    learn about Conway’s creative approach to battling obesity through
    active infrastructure projects and programs. This lecture will provide
    information on current projects that are underway to stimulate physical
    activity through the development and implementation of active
    infrastructure. Discussion will include approach to developing active
    infrastructure plans, how to promote utilization of active
    infrastructure for Conway residents, and utilization of active
    infrastructure as a key component of health and fitness education
    programs for Conway residents.

    April 5, 2012

    6:00 – 7:00 pm

    Brewer-Hegeman Conference Center


    This event is free to the public; however, we encourage you to register online to ensure seating availability.

    For more information and to register online, visit: http://uca.edu/world/battling-obesity/