City of Russellville Survey
The City of Russellville has created a survey in regards to an additional payment option for City water bills. We would like to ask all current water customers to complete this survey to give feedback.
Notice of Opportunity
The position of Wastewater Operator Trainee has become available at the Russellville Wastewater Treatment Plant. This is an hourly position—7:30am-4:00pm or 6:30am-3:00pm—Tuesday thru Saturday and requires employee to carry an “OnCall” phone every sixth week.
Environmentally conscious parties with an interest in this rare opportunity to become certified by the Division of Water with at least an eighteen state reciprocity should contact Superintendent Jane Kisselbaugh at 726-5035 or 726-5037 or Wayne Thomas at 726-5042 immediately for new and exciting details!
Applications may be picked up at:
Russellville City Hall
168 South Main Street
Russellville, KY 42276
October 27, 2014
Dear Public Official:
Sunoco Pipeline L.P. operates one or more high-pressure petroleum pipelines in your area. Pipelines are part
of our nation's critical transportation infrastructure and are mostly underground. Pipelines are the safest
method of transporting fuel and there are more than two million miles of pipelines in the United States. While
pipelines transport materials that may be hazardous if released to the environment, pipeline incidents are very
rare. Sunoco Pipeline constantly monitors and controls our pipelines and is committed to maintaining our
pipelines so they remain the safest method of transporting the fuels and products we rely on every day.
As a Public Official, it is important for you to be familiar with the pipelines in your community and also proper
pipeline emergency response procedures. Please review the enclosed safety brochure and share it with your
public safety team and others in your community. In addition to annually offering pipeline safety information
and training to emergency responders and excavators, we also regularly share our safety messages with our
neighbors that live, work, and do business near our pipelines. We do this to ensure they are aware of our
pipelines, know the activities that are permitted within pipeline easements, how to avoid and recognize a
pipeline incident, and how to respond in the unlikely event there is a pipeline emergency in the area.
An important resource for all public officials and emergency responders is theNational Pipeline Mapping
System(NPMS), which identifies the approximate locations of transmission pipelines in the United States.
Public officials and responders can register at the site, https://www.npms.phmsa.dot.gov, to receive access to
detailed maps of the transmission pipelines in their community.
You can assist us with pipeline safety in your community by ensuring that all projects involving your
organization that include excavation proceed only after a call has been made to 811 - the local One Call
Center. A call to 811 will result in notification to Sunoco Pipeline and other underground facility owners who will
respond to ensure all digging can proceed safely. "Know what's below. Call before you dig." A representative
from Sunoco Pipeline must be present for all excavation that occurs near the pipelines we operate.
or by our
toll-free Public Awareness number: 877-795-7271. Keep in mind that our emergency number indicated on the
brochure and on pipeline markers is answered 24/7/365 and should be used to report any emergencies.
Manager - Public Awareness
Dogs At Public Events
The City of Russellville would like to remind everyone that dogs are prohibited at public events such as the Tobacco and Heritage Festival, the Flying Fish Festival or any other large gathering of people brought together to celebrate a public event which requires a permit from the City of Russellville, Kentucky.
The City of Russellville will be enforcing this Ordinance during the upcoming Tobacco and Heritage Festival.
The city would like to thank everyone for their cooperation.
DOGS PROHIBITED AT PUBLIC EVENTS
a. It shall be unlawful for any person to bring any dog,
leashed or unleashed, to any public event held in the City of
Russellville, Kentucky. "Public event" shall include, but shall
not be limited to, Tobacco and Heritage Festival; Flying Fish
Festival; August 8th Celebration, or any other large gathering of
people brought together to celebrate a public event which
requires a permit from the City of Russellville, Kentucky.
b. Exceptions: this Ordinance shall not apply to dogs trained
and being used to assist the blind; police dogs on duty for law
enforcement authorities; dogs officially entered into an event,
or taking part in an event; provided, however, that a dog shall
only be allowed an event one (1) hour prior to the event, and
once a dog is no longer participating in an event, it shall be
removed so as to comply with this Ordinance
c. Penalty: any person found to be violating this section of
this Ordinance shall be subject to a fine of not less than $25
nor more than $100, and law enforcement shall have the authority
to remove the dog from the public area; if the owner cannot be
found, the dog shall be taken to the Humane Society, and may be
retrieved by the owner at the owner's expense.
Street Department Dumpster Schedule and Hours
Open second Saturday every other month.
|January||7:00am - 3:00pm|
|March||7:00am - 3:00pm|
|May||7:00am - 3:00pm|
|July||7:00am - 3:00pm|
|September||7:00am - 3:00pm|
|November||7:00am - 3:00pm|
Fireworks Information for City of Russellville
The City of Russellville would like to remind everyone that fireworks may only be used during certain time periods throughout the year. Please click the link below to view the complete ordinance regarding fireworks.
The City of Russellville's chipper truck will now be running during the 2nd (second) and 4th (fourth) week of each month.