They held what was called a peaceful demonstration at City Hall today.
Three locations are being considered for the park in the UALR-UAMS corridor.
The residents want the mayor and city board to find an alternative non-residential site for the park.
The group calls it an "inhumane plan" being put forth by the Little Rock Technology Park Authority Board...from which to dispossess and displace hundreds of citizen homeowners from their homes, against their will.
Many of them have owned and lived in their homes for decades.
They say their homes are not for sale and they've done nothing to deserve this type of treatment.
The Technology Park Authority wants to take land and homes under eminent domain or condemnation.
"They mean more to us than structures. They are a homes to us and there's a lot of intangible value that we associate with our homes. I want that to be a big part of the message," said homeowner Ron Muse.
Supporters of the technology park say it will attract high-paying jobs and high tech companies.