The Faulkner County Day School is asking the Conway Historic District Commission for permission to convert the Jewell E. Moore residence at 222 Ash St., a traditional cottage, to an office with parking.
The commissioners will meet for a public hearing at 6 p.m. Tuesday at City Hall, 1201 Oak St., to determine appropriateness of the application.
The Day School is asking for conversion of the existing house to offices and new sidewalk entrances, new staff parking and handicap accessible parking. The Day School is asking for removal of eight significant trees but with 12 significant trees remaining.
At its April 22 meeting, the commissioners approved black wrought iron handrails for the entrance to the Don and Marilyn Larson home and an addition to the Lifeword Media Ministries.
Architect Steve Hurd is chairman of the Commission.