Historic Planning Documents
El Paso Master Plan
The El Paso corridor area was identified as a special planning district within the 2013 Russellville Downtown Master Plan. The El Paso Plan was approved in 2017 by the Planning Commission. City Council passed Ordinance No. 2297 later in 2017, including the El Paso Plan into the zoning code. It can be found in Article II of the Zoning Code.
Russellville Downtown Plan
In 2009 Russellville City Council approved the creation of a Downtown Master Plan. This plan would lay the groundwork for future development in Downtown Russellville. The initial plan was adopted by City Council 2012. It was then updated in 2017, to reflect the changes that had happened in Downtown Russellville since the original plan was adopted.
Comprehensive Development Plan
In 1997 the City of Russellville entered into an agreement with the Burnham Group to create a Comprehensive Development Plan. The agreement led to the creation of the 2020 Comprehensive Development Plan. The plan was superseded by the Reimagine Russellville 2040 plan in December of 2020.
Historic Zoning Codes
The City has continuously updated the zoning code to reflect the changing demands of the community. This has led to a series of zoning codes being adopted and then superseded. The links below show major updates to the Russellville zoning code.
Adopted 4/19/2007 - with all revisions through June 2022
Adopted 12/15/2022 - Zoning Code
Adopted 12/15/2022 - Land Subdivision & Development Code
Historic Zoning Maps
Zoning Maps detail what zones have been assigned to what properties inside the city. These maps are routinely updated. The links below show major updates to the Russellville Zoning Map.