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 Our Russell County Districts
District 1 
District 1 in Russell County encompasses the Northern most area and a large part of     Phenix City Ala. The district borders Lee County, the Chattahoochee River and Districts 3 and 4. Flush with welcoming residential neighborhoods, North Phenix City is the home of Idle Hour Park,  Jack Hughston Memorial Hospital,       
 the Lakewood Golf Course, Silver Lake Park and the Doris Weaver Girls Club. The City of Phenix City has extended 5th Avenue for access to the hospital and easy rush hour travel to the city’s north side. Exit and entrance ramps from Highway 80 East and West onto the 5th Avenue Extension have been constructed, offering residents and visitors another entrance into the city, an effortless drive to medical and commercial services and a quicker trip home. The Phenix City RiverWalk will be extended in 2008-2010 from the 14th Street Bridge in Russell County District 4 to Idle Hour Park in North Phenix City. 
District 1 proudly boasts of the most active electorate in the 
seven-district county. 
Russell County Commissioner
District 1 
Gentry Lee
 Phenix City Mayor Eddie Lowe with First Lady Deborah making history at the Russell County Commission meeting in September 2012
Russell County Commissioner
District 2
Carl Currington
Russell County Commissioner
District 3
Chairwoman 2009-2015
Peggy Martin
District 3

District 3 in Russell County borders northern most at the Lee County line and includes the vital, flourishing commercial region of Phenix City on Highways 280 and 431. Within the heart of the district is Fort Jabe Brassell, home of the Alabama National Guard’s Battery C 3rd Battalion 117th Field Artillery and Detachment 1 900th  Maintenance Company. Both divisions have served at home and abroad during Operation Enduring Freedom and Operation Iraqi Freedom in the nation’s ongoing war on terrorism. Recent additions within the district: A newly constructed 29,000 square foot worship center provided by Golden Acres Baptist Church in 2003; that same year Home Depot joined the neighborhood and Columbus Regional Rehabilitation Hospital began accepting Russell and Lee County patients into their new facility on Hwy. 431 E. As Phenix City and Russell County continue to grow, District 3 provides the transportation infrastructure necessary for commerce today, while ensuring continual development for tomorrow.
Russell County Commissioner
District 4
Ronnie Reed
District 4

District 4 in Russell County includes central and southern Phenix City. The city has launched an extensive redevelopment plan, projected for completion within the next three to five years.  The Phenix City RiverWalk will be extended from the 14th Street Bridge to Idle Hour Park in north Phenix City, Russell County District 1. Development along the Riverfront now includes a Marriott and a Troy State University campus. Working with Columbus, Ga., and the Army Corps of Engineers, Phenix City is the place to be for white water rafting. “Put ins” for challenging rides on the “Hooch” are on the Phenix City side of the Chattahoochee River’s beautiful shores.
The Phenix City Amphitheater holds concerts and events all year long.
Each February, Commissioner Reed celebrates Black History Month with citizens in Russell County who have contributed to the quality of life in Russell County. In December, through generous sponsorship, Commissioner Reed has a Christmas Party for local children; complete with with food, gifts and bicycles.

District 5

District 5 in Russell County borders the Chattahoochee River to the east and Districts 4, 6 and 7 in the north,west and south. District 5 contains the unincorporated communities of Fort Mitchell, Uchee and part of the City of Phenix City. The area is one of the fastest developing districts in the county and the state. New homes and subdivisions have been built throughout the area with a recent concentration in Fort Mitchell, as Russell County prepares for growth and welcomes advanced development. Chattahoochee Valley Community College is located in District 5. 
Fort Mitchell is the site of a national cemetery and often referred to as the “Arlington of the South.”
District 5 is home to our military forces at Fort Benning and the
 West Gate Entrance to the base in Alabama and Georgia.

Russell County Commissioner
District 6
Chance Corbett
District 6

District 6 in Russell County includes the unincorporated communities of Seale, Dixie and Crawford; bordering Lee County to the north and Russell County Districts 2, 4, 5 and 7. Russell County Commissioner Chance Corbett is actively involved in his district bringing his experience as a life-long resident of Russell County to the table. County-wide projects, as well as pertinant district
 concerns are addressed and brought to solution.
Commissioner Corbett has also begun the Citizen's Academy, available to Russell County residents interested in the workings of county government, the services available and the responsibilities of the various departments providing those services within the county.
Russell County Commissioner
District 7
Vice Chair 
Larry Screws
District 7
District 7 is the largest geographic area in Russell County stretching from District 6 to the north, bordering District 5 in the east and neighboring Barbour, Macon and Bullock Counties to the south and west. Within District 7 are the Town of Hurtsboro and the communities of Seale, Pittsview, Hatchechubbee, Twin Springs and Cottonton.
The Russell County Sports Complex is actively holding league play for about 400 athletes between the ages of 3-12.            The multi-purpose field, built in 2013-2014, can support both softball and baseball to age 16.
On the corner of Hwy. 80W and Woodland Drive in Ladonia is the famous 13th Street Barbecue. One of several local sites, the restaurant is famous for the Pork Chop Sandwhich. the meal is on Alabama Tourism's list of  "must haves."
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Russell County Commissioner
District 5
Cattie Epps
Russell County Commissioner Chance Corbett 
spearheaded the renovations for the oldest standing building in Russell County.
Built in 1848, the Crawford Masonic Lodge 
now has been fully restored, inside and out. 
Opened, once again, on May 16, 2015, 
many of  Crawford's established families
 present for the ribbon cutting are sons and daughters of 
past generations who had entered the hall or rested on the porch
 after the day's promises had been fulfilled.
Crawford Masonic Lodge is available to the community.
Now, any occasion can be dressed in history and recorded for families eager to celebrate the events that define the moments of their lives.
To reserve, please call Carla Thomas at the Russell County Courthouse:
334-298-6426
Tuckabatchee Masonic Lodge
Of the Free and Accepted Masons
Est. 1848
The Citizens Academy
A Russell County Learning Experience
District 2

District 2 in Russell County includes the unincorporated community of Ladonia, a small portion of Highway 80W within Phenix City and part of the Phenix City Police Jurisdiction. District 2 has seen tremendous growth in the last several years. Commerce has blossomed with major shopping centers, while small hometown businesses continue to flourish. Infrastructure, beginning with a $680,000 sewer line to service the commercial properties in western Russell County is steadily improving and modernizing the area. Developers look to Ladonia to build pristine subdivisions complimented by the beautiful rural settings the area has to offer. On Highway 80 West just beyond Ladonia in    District 6,  is the East Alabama Motor Speedway.       Russell County Schools has Ladonia Elementary in the center of the area and the Ladonia Sports Complex/Walking Trail is located behind the school. Plans are in line for more commercial investmentsin the area. On the corner of Woodland Drive and Hwy. 80E is a landmark barbecue restaurant in Ladonia, featured in Alabama tourism guides as one of the 100 places to eat in Alabama. The 13th Street Barbecue offers its famous Pork Chop Sandwich among many fine local dishes for lunch and supper.

On Highway 80 West just beyond Ladonia in District 6,  is the East Alabama Motor Speedway.      
With a passion for children and baseball, JC Dykes, every season for over ten years, groomed what areas were available in Seale so that by April the players could take the field. He used his own equipment or what he could borrow from the community, often working well past sunset. JC was known for coaching the young and the young at heart, not just in baseball but  in life. He would introduce himself with his name and a piece of Double-Bubble gum and always sought out those at the game who looked like they were having a difficult inning. JC went to the Big Leagues in July 2011 after a long battle with cancer. Russell County dedicated the newly built  T-ball/coach-pitch field to him on Opening Day in 2008.
Russell County High School
2005 National Champions

Many on the roster were also the 
1999 Phenix City Little League World Champions.

Opening Day 2016
 at the newly renovated fields and athletic park in Ladonia.The Ladonia Sports Complex supports about 500 athletes during baseball season each year with football offered in the fall.
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PO Box 358 
Hurtsboro, AL 36860
(334) 667-7771 (Office)

City Hall
507 Railroad Street
Hurtsboro AL 36860
(334) 667-7771
www.hurtsboro.us
The Town of Hurtsboro
Mayor
Vivian Covington

Council

Council Seat 1 
Ann Blackmon-Poole
Council Seat 2: Eula Phillips
Council Seat 3: Collier Smith
Council Seat 4: Charlie Tolbert
Council Seat 5: Joan York

Town Clerk
Frances  Jennejahn 
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