Centennial Valley is a premiere residential neighborhood located in Conway, Arkansas. Centennial Valley offers something for everyone: natural beauty of golf course living; distinctive homes built by the areas top builders; and a great place to raise a family and enjoy life.
Preserving the Beauty and Value of Property
The beauty of Centennial Valley is protected by rules and regulations that preserve the aesthetic beauty and value of property within the neighborhood. All homeowners of Centennial Valley are members of the Centennial Valley Neighborhood Association (CVNA). A Board of Directors, consisting of nine residents, governs the Association, each elected to a three-year term. The Association holds a monthly open Board of Directors meeting at the Centennial Valley Country Club. Generally the first, second, or third Monday of the month. The meetings typically begin at 6:00 p.m. All residents are welcome, and encouraged, to attend.
Robert Ott always envisioned a golf course on the property in west Conway that was commonly known as Centennial Valley. Little could he have known, what Centennial Valley would become. Once located on the “outskirts” of town, Centennial Valley was heavily wooded and almost swampy in places. The brainchild of developers Hal Crafton, Rush Harding and Jim Lindsey, the Centennial Valley master plan is situated on an almost 600 acre parcel of land of which Centennial Country Club occupies 175 acres.
An upscale residential development, patio homes, condos, duplexes and apartments now make up the residential component of Centennial Valley. Over the last decade Centennial Valley has solidified its reputation as the place to live and belong in Conway and Central Arkansas.