Judiciary Locations
Russell County District Attorney and Staff
The Judicial Center
501 14th Street
Phenix City AL 36867

Circuit Court Judges

Albert Johnson/George Greene
The Judicial Center
501 14th Street

Circuit Court Clerk
Kathy Coulter
The Judicial Center
501 14th Street

Circuit Court Trials and Hearings
501 14th Street
Phenix City AL 36867

Judge Michael Bellamy
Drug Court/Family Court
Juvenile Division/Probation Offices
The Judicial Center
501 14th Street
Phenix City AL 36867

Judge David Johnson
(District Criminal, Traffic,
Child Support, District Civil, Unlawful  Detainer/Eviction, Small Claims)
The Judicial Center
501 14th Street

Probate Judge Alford Harden
1000 Broad Street
Phenix City AL 36867

Russell County Alabama
Administrator's Corner
Russell County
Making Progress    Making History
  With the historic significance of 501 14th Street in mind the Russell County Commission contracted with the Hecht-Burdeshaw Architectural firm for renovations of the Russell County Judicial Center.
The roof was replaced first and the utilities updated. Today, the rear entrance of the building has been constructed to secure access to the courts, ample parking and ease of access to the 1938 County Seat. Hecht-Burdeshaw's estimate of a completion date in early January 2012 was on target. Russell County celebrated the Open House with over 120 invited guests joining local citizens for this salute to progress in October.
It is with great pride and gratitude that the Russell County Administration welcomes the Judiciary to their new home and state of the art facility on 501 14th Street.
The Russell County Judicial Center
The Razorbacks are ready for Opening Day!  Each year in April the event begins with a parade.
The Russell County Commission has constructed a multipurpose ball field at the Russell County Sports Complex located at 4738 Old Seale Highway, Seale, Alabama 36875.  The field is suitable for play by both boys and girls ages 10 to 19.  Field parameters are: Sidelines will measure 290’ and there will be 310’ from home plate to the center field fence.  Other features:  8’ fencing, 24’ backstop, two dugouts, grassed infield and outfield, clay mix baselines, portable pitchers mound and an irrigation system.  The Sports Complex already contains four ball fields, concession stand and press box, restrooms and parking areas.
Godwyn Mills and Caywood was awarded the bid.
January 2012
Established 1862
Phenix City County Seat 1935
May 2007
March 2011

June 2011
Open House
October 25, 2012