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In 2025, Conway citizens are signed up for the CodeRed emergency call out system. CodeRed is administered by the Faulkner County Office of Emergency Management. Most residents have not opted in for the weather warnings. In 2025, Conway’s public safety professionals and institutional leadership work seamlessly together for disaster preparedness and response. The Conway Police […]

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In 2025, the City of Conway has a capital budget for public safety. The fire and police departments have a well maintained fleet of vehicles and equipment that address the demands of a city of our size. The 2012 bond issue enabled the Conway Fire Department to purchase five engines and two aerial/ladder trucks. By […]

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In 2025, every school in Conway has at least one School Resource Officer. Conway Police Department has increased the School Resource Officer (SRO) program by four officers since the plan was initiated in 2007. There are currently 8 SROs covering Conway High, Junior High, the four middle schools and 10 elementary schools. The community should […]

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In 2025, most Conway neighborhoods and subdivisions have active neighborhood watch programs. In 2025, Conway citizens are informed about the spectrum of medical services offered by the fire department and take advantage of those services. The Conway Fire Department recently developed ConwayFD.com to help keep citizens informed. In 2025, Conway citizens have access to crime […]

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In 2025, city planning and design standards address crime prevention thru environmental design. В Streets are well lit and dark spots are minimized in public spaces. In 2025, AEDs are accessible throughout town. They are clearly marked and citizens know how to use them. All fire stations, the Senior Center, McGee and Don Owen centers, and […]

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In 2025, Conway has an airport that is safe and meets the expectations and business needs of the community. The new airport opened in September of 2014. The runway is longer with a safety buffer. There are sites for aviation-related development. The terminal will accommodate all aviation-related business needs. In 2025, Conway has plans for […]

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In 2025, Conway has a comprehensive system of cycling lanes and sidewalks that facilitate car-free travel. This system connects with traditional public transportation infrastructure. Conway was awarded the Bicycle Friendly Community status by the League of American Bicyclists in 2011. We’ve added 5+ miles of bike lanes, 4K feet of sharrow (shared-lane marking) and 10K […]

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In 2025, roundabouts have replaced stoplights at intersections where space is sufficient. Nine (of the 15) roundabouts have been built since 2009. Four of these have replaced traffic signals. In 2025, Conway streets have a system of access management where curb cuts relate to desired speed limits. In 2025, Conway city government considers the aesthetics […]

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In 2025, Conway has regular and reliable public transportation that has grown over time. The system is a result of a Metroplan transportation study. It has reliable funding and is well used. It is integrated with other transit systems in the Little Rock metro area. The community needs to decide if this is still a […]

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In 2025, the citizens of Conway are able to cross the railroad tracks safely and efficiently throughout town. The Salem overpass opened in 2010, relieving one of the most congested railroad crossings. In 2025, Conway drivers have multiple routes for traveling east and west across the city. Sixth Street will be extended over the interstate […]

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