• In 2025, Conway has a number of walkable/livable “villages” that were developed using planning tools such as TND and form-based zoning.
      The Village at Hendrix, The Gardens at Southridge, and The Cove at Cadron Valley are all examples of higher density, more traditional neighborhood designs.

 

  • In 2025, mixed-use developments are prevalent throughout Conway.  The city has moved away from its previous “subdivision ordinance” style of planning.
      The City of Conway Planning Department encourages mixed uses. The current comprehensive plan supports this by identifying “commercial nodes” at appropriate intersections.

 

  • In 2025, the city of Conway has a planning ordinance that accommodates truly high density residential developments.

 

  • In 2025, Conway’s historic architecture and landscape features are preserved and interpreted by its citizens.

 

⇒  Accomplished

⇒  Some progress, but still requires action

⇒  No measurable action taken

  • http://www.phillipfletcher.org Phillip Fletcher

    In the adjustments to the 2025 plan, the city needs to consider not only mixed use housing but also mixed-income housing.