RCA LeAnn Horne is appointed to the Board of Directors of the
Alabama City/County Management Association and the Board of Directors of the Alabama County Adminstrators Association.
 Ms. Horne is representing Russell County, Alabama District 8.
 The ACAA is an affliate of the Association of County Commissioners of Alabama.
ACCA
   Judiciary/Court Location
The Judiciary and Staff
Russell County Circuit Clerk
Russell County District Attorney and Staff
The Judicial Center
501 14th Street
Phenix City AL 36867
334-298-6028
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
Established 1862
Phenix City County Seat 1935

Open House
October 25, 2012
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.  
RCSRC PLANS 
 CURRENT DESIGN
2014

Russell County Sheriff Heath Taylor
Investigations Center 
EST. 2014

Masonic Lodge
Crawford

Best in Category

Russell County on the National stage!
2016 NACo President Sallie Clark from El Paso, Colorado  presents Russell County Commissioners Chance Corbett       and Cattie Epps with the "Best in Category Award"                     for the restoration of the Tuckabatchee Masonic Lodge in
Crawford and the creation of Crawford Park.

May 16, 2015
2014
2011
2014
2016
Wrap your family and friends in Russell County's rich history! The Lodge is available for YOUR event.
Rental information is in the downloadable document below. 
County Administrator
LeAnn Horne
1999-Present
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LADONIA
Light it up in Ladonia
Without a lot of fanfare and within a thick and unrelenting winter fog, the intersection of Evans Road
 and US HWY 80 is safer now. The traffic signal also covers access and exit from Tennessee Avenue.
District 2 Commissioner Carl Currington initiated the change in the traffic pattern because fatal accidents,
 as well as, tremendous difficulty crossing lanes of increased traffic in Ladonia supported the new lights.
“There was no safe way to turn left from Tennessee or Evans Road,” said Currington. “People waited a long time at this intersection, just to get across the street.”
With the Neighborhood Walmart, Ladonia Elementary School and the Wendy’s restaurant receiving increased traffic in the area, the local community and the commissioner recognized a real need.
In 2016-17 the Motor Vehicle Department reported several accidents, at least two fatal, along that particular commercial stretch. Commissioner Currington attended the Alabama Department of Transportation conference in May of 2017 to request state involvement.
Traffic counts were elevated, according to ALDOT, the turning counts into and out of both roads from US HWY 80W had also increased. The intersection warranted a full traffic signal with turning/yield indicators.  
Evans Road, which rides into Lee County, has seen a lot of development in recent years. 
Commercially, US HWY 80W continues to expand in the Phenix City Police Jurisdiction of Russell County.
Currington went to Phenix City and Lee County to ask for financial support for the state-approved work.
Both Phenix City and Lee County declined assistance citing budgetary restraints.
The Russell County Commission gave the project the “green light” spending $50,000 from the 2018 budget year.
2016
SEALE
STATE CHAMPIONS PRACTICE AT THE RUSSELL COUNTY SPORTS COMPLEX IN SEALE - AUGUST 1,2017