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2021 FALL PROGRAM GUIDELINES
Parking Pass Application and FAQ
- Parking Pass FAQ
- Parking Pass Application (2021)
The Town of Conway is happy to announce that beginning on Tuesday, May 4th we will begin issuing parking passes to Conway residents and second homeowners. Attached is a copy of the application which also lists the proof you will need to provide to get a parking pass. Parking passes will be available at Town Hall every Tuesday (9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. and Friday (1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.). BJ Parker, General Assistance officer will be implementing the program. Proof must be provided for Conway residents and 2nd homeowners to be eligible.
The Following Parks affected by the parking regulations are Davis Park, First Bridge Rec Area and Smith/Eastman Recreation Area, and Conway Lake Parking Lot.
Conway Lake Parking Lot is available for those who have a parking sticker and daily passes are NOT available for purchase for non-residents.
Stickers are available for Conway residents and 2nd homeowners of Conway only for this parking site.
A Fee of $20 per day for Non-Residents from 7:00 am - 4:00 pm. (Not including Conway Lake Parking Lot)
This will take place on weekends only from Saturday, May 29th through Sunday, June 20th.
Beginning Monday, June 21st parking regulations will be effective 7 days a week ending on Monday, September 6th.
Permits Regarding Covid-19
- Outdoor Dining Permit
This is a pdf. version of the outdoor dining permit
- Outdoor Retail Sales Permit
The purpose of this permit is to help local businesses return to viability while protecting the general public and to ensuring retail establishments follow the guidelines and protocols required under this permit. It is not intended to be used in lieu of other ordinances that requires approval by a board, committee, or officer of the Town of Conway.
- Town of Conway Application for Employment
The Conway Recreation Department has openings for summer counselors and to work in its nine-week program. Applicants must be at least 18 years old. Experience working with elementary-age children is preferred. In addition, we have two potential counselors in training positions available. Applicants for this position must have completed their junior year of high school.
Follow the link to watch a video to see what a summer at the Conway Recreation Department looks like.