OUR VISION

 

The City of Conway, South Carolina, strives to become an organization which provides high quality customer service to all citizens. We work toward providing an environment in which employees are valued and supported and in which leadership exhibits cooperative, innovative, and ethical conduct and accepts the responsibility to make the community a better place.

 


 

OUR MISSION

 

The City of Conway's mission is to protect and promote a healthy and safe community in which to live, work, and play by ensuring that the highest quality of services are delivered to all citizens in the most efficient and effective manner.

Welcome to the City of Conway!

 

Conway was originally founded in 1732 as the village of Kingston.

 

According to the 2010 United States Census, 17,103 residents currently reside in the City Limits of Conway.

 

Conway is the County Seat of Horry County, SC.

 

Conway has been designated as a Tree City USA for 27 consecutive years.

INTERESTED IN SERVING ON A BOARD OR COMMISSION?

 

Conway City Council is accepting applications to fill vacancies on the Accommodations Tax Advisory Committee, Community Appearance Board, Construction Board of Appeals, Housing Authority Board of Commissioners, Lakeside Cemetery Committee, Recreation Advisory Commission, Rose Hill Memorial Gardens Committee, Smith Jones Joint Venture Committee, Water Quality and Drainage Commission and Zoning Board of Appeals.  If you are interested in serving on the Conway Housing Authority Board of Commissioners, please click on the link below to download an application. 

 

If you are interested in serving on any of the other boards and commissions, CLICK HERE to apply on line.  Applications may also be obtained by contacting City Hall, 229 Main Street, or by telephone at

248-1760.

 


NOTICE
 

ROLL OUT CART AND

RECYCLING BIN PICKUP

 

Roll out garbage carts and recycling bins are being collected on the normal schedule.

 

 

 

YARD DEBRIS PICKUP

 

Due to the ice storm, normal schedules for yard debris collection have been interrupted. Extra crews and equipment have been assigned to speed collection of debris City wide. However, because of the massive volume of debris, it may take several weeks to make the first sweep of all areas of the City.

 

As homeowners continue to put yard debris curbside, more City wide sweeps may be necessary before all storm debris is collected.

 

Your patience and understanding during this time will be greatly appreciated.