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Labor Day Route Changes and Closings

The  City of Conway Offices, Landfill, Recycle Center, and ReUse Center will be closed on Monday, September 7th, in observance of Labor Day.  We will reopen for normal business hours Tuesday, September 8th. 


Commercial Routes will run on Labor Day, but Residential Recycling Routes will not run on Monday, September 7th.  Residential Recycling Routes will be made up September 8th – September 11th on the same day of your regularly scheduled trash collection. 


Please place your blue recycling cart curbside on the same day of your trash route.  Please make sure that your blue recycling cart, green trash can, and blue glass recycling bin are each at least 5 feet away from each other and any other obstacles including yard waste piles.  Please make sure that all receptacles needing serviced are curbside by 7:00 a.m. on your collection day and be mindful that our crews will be working multiple routes this week so your service may occur later than normal on these days.

Latest News & Announcements

Customers must present a current copy of your Conway Corp bill along with photo ID
Wednesday, 27 May 2015
Conway Sanitation Customers must present a current copy of your Conway Corp bill along with photo ID when bringing materials to the Landfill.  Read More...
Interim Director of Sanitation
Monday, 25 May 2015
Help us welcome Jack Bell into the role of Sanitation Director on an interim basis, from Mayor Tab Townsell. I have named Jack Bell as Interim... Read More...
Wednesday, 19 November 2014
Until further notice the City of Conway Sanitation Department will not be able to give away mulch/compost. We are temporarily suspending the free... Read More...
New Curbside Glass Recycling Routes
Thursday, 07 August 2014
Curbside glass recycling now available to Conway residents!  Call 501.450.6155 today to request your FREE Glass Recycling Bin to be... Read More...
Medical Devices
Thursday, 07 August 2014
Recently we have received an abundance of hypodermic needles and syringes in recycling bins.  These are NOT recyclable and placing them in your... Read More...