Type:   LRNOT
County:   Pulaski
Attorney/Contact:   Hannah Ratzlaff


Notice is hereby given that pursuant to the provisions of the Code of Ordinances for the City of
Little Rock, Arkansas, the following Commission business and applications for a Certificate of
Appropriateness or National Register Nomination are docketed for a public hearing before the
Little Rock Historic District Commission at the Willie Hinton Neighborhood Resource Center,
3805 W. 12th St., Little Rock, Arkansas on March 7, 2024, at 4:00pm CST.

Agenda Item #1:
Applicant: University of Arkansas at Little Rock
File Number: HDC2024-001
Address: 712 E. 11th Street
Request: Demolition

NR Agenda Item #1:
Applicant: Arkansas Historic Preservation Program
File Number: NR2024-001
Address: Asher Avenue between Appianway Street and South Thayer Street
Request: Nomination of Asher Avenue Overpass

NR Agenda Item #2:
Applicant: Arkansas Historic Preservation Program
File Number: NR2024-002
Address: 609 and 615 Main Street
Request: Nomination of Capitol-Main Historic District Boundary Increase

NR Agenda Item #3:
Applicant: Arkansas Historic Preservation Program
File Number: NR2024-003
Address: 2020 Vance Street
Request: Nomination of Red Carpet Inn

The City of Little Rock complies with all civil rights provisions of federal laws and related authorities that prohibit discrimination in programs and activities receiving federal financial assistance. The City of Little Rock does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, income status, marital status, sexual orientation, DEPARTMENT OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT gender identity, genetic information, political opinions or affiliation, in admission or access to and treatment in the City’s programs and activities, as well as the city’s hiring or employment practices. This notice is available from the Title VI Coordinator in large print or recording. Free language assistance for those with Limited English Proficiency is available upon request. 

La ciudad de Little Rock cumple con todas las disposiciones de derechos civiles de los estatutos federales y autoridades relacionadas que prohiben la discriminacion en programas y actividades que reciben asistencia financiera federal. La ciudad de Little Rock no discrimina por motivos de raza, color, credo, religion, sexo, origen nacional, edad, discapacidad, estado de ingresos, estado civil, orientacion sexual, identidad de genero, informacion genetica, las opiniones politicas o afiliacion, en la admision o acceso y tratamiento en los programas y actividades de la ciudad, asi como de contratacion de empleados de la ciudad.

Relevant data is available at the Department of Planning and Development, 723 W. Markham Street. Prior to the public hearing, which is open to the public, interested parties may review the materials and discuss details with staff. Hannah Ratzlaff, Urban Designer & Historic District Commission Staff