Chris Conway

Director of Public Works, City of Montgomery, AL

Chris Conway has been with the City of Montgomery since 2004. He serves as the Director of Public Works. He is a lifelong resident of Montgomery and feels very fortunate to work in the community in which he lives. Chris manages six areas that employ the majority of the City’s service-providing workforce, including the Street Maintenance Department, Sanitation Department, Engineering & Environmental Services Department, Inspections Department, Traffic Engineering Department and the 311 Call Center.


Chris has a Bachelor of Civil Engineering from Auburn University and is a registered professional engineer in the State of Alabama. He began his public service career at the Alabama Department of Transportation where worked for 14 years, last serving as the Sixth Division Assistant Division Engineer for County Transportation. Chris is an active member of the American Public Works Association where he served on the Board of Directors for five years and served as President in 2010.

Tuesday, October 1
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The need to strengthen infrastructure is one of the few things on which those on both sides of the political spectrum can agree. But, what does this mean and how do we ensure that infrastructure investments help cities deal with changing climate conditions, growing demands for connectivity and other rapid changes? Hear from practitioners at all levels of government about how they are making infrastructure advancements work for the future.