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In 2025, the Oak Street corridor between Interstate 40 and downtown is an attractive entryway to Conway and its downtown.  It has been redeveloped according to specific design guidelines. In 2025, Markham Street is a lively corridor between downtown and the Hendrix Village.  It is anchored by a park and amphitheatre on the site of […]

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In 2025, downtown Conway offers a variety of housing options: townhomes, apartments, single family housing and loft developments.  Attractive developments have access to development incentives. In 2025, Simon Park is a destination and home to an interactive water feature. In 2025, St Joseph Parish and School are well integrated into the design and activities of […]

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In 2025, most of downtown Conway’s utility infrastructure is underground. In 2025, downtown Conway has multiple parking decks to accommodate shoppers, employees, visitors and residents. In 2025, downtown drainage issues have been remedied, in part, by improvements made along Markham and Spencer Streets.  These improvements are both effective and aesthetically pleasing. In 2025, Conway’s downtown […]

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In 2025, Interstate 40 provides an attractive view of Conway to drivers.  Lake Conway provides an attractive southern entrance feature to the city for drivers on 1-40.  Property owners collaborate to keep the corridor well maintained. Landscaping and aesthetic elements are incorporated into highway infrastructure. In 2025, Conway has an established program requiring that trees […]

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In 2025, Conway has a number of walkable/livable “villages” that were developed using planning tools such as TND and form based zoning. In 2025, mixed use developments are prevalent throughout Conway.  The city has moved away from its previous “subdivision ordinance” style of planning. In 2025, the city of Conway has a planning ordinance that […]

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