Partner with the community to build a livable, sustainable and safe City by providing strategic, timely, predictable, cost effective planning and development services with a culture focused on community engagement, customer service, creativity, accountability and continuous improvement. We work closely with other departments to provide a comprehensive approach to planning the best future possible for Russellville.
We are comprised of 2 divisions:
Planning and Zoning
The Rebuilding American Infrastructure with Sustainability and Equity, or RAISE Discretionary Grant program, provides a unique opportunity for the DOT to invest in road, rail, transit and port projects that promise to achieve national objectives. Previously known as the Better Utilizing Investments to Leverage Development (BUILD) and Transportation Investment Generating Economic Recovery (TIGER) Discretionary Grants, Congress has dedicated nearly $14.3 billion for fifteen rounds of National Infrastructure Investments to fund projects that have a significant local or regional impact.
In each competition, DOT receives hundreds of applications to build and repair critical pieces of our freight and passenger transportation networks. To read about the Cities RAISE Award and that process click here.
Planning and Zoning
We guide community growth and development in a manner that protects resources, enhances quality of life, promotes distinctive neighborhoods and a vibrant downtown, and involves citizens in the decisions that affect them.
We provide support to the Historic District Commission, which oversees design review for exterior alterations to buildings within historic district and maintains the Russellville Register of Historic Places.
Our primary goal is to help ensure that property owners maintain compliance with the City of Russellville’s Adopted Regulations including zoning and building code infractions to protect the health, safety, and welfare of Russellville’s residents.
To view the GIS Maps for specific data sets, click on the pictures below.
Planning Map – General information on properties within the City.
Planning Projects - Projects currently under review by staff or awaiting a hearing.
Future Land Use - Future land uses as identified in the Reimagine Russellville 2040 Plan.
Flood Plains - Flood zones for the City of Russellville from FEMA FIRM panels.
Historic Sites - Downtown Historic District and properties on the National Register of Historic Places.
Parks & Trails - Parks and trails inside the City.
Aesthetic Corridor -
Future Aesthetic Corridor from ATU to Downtown Russellville