• 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.

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