City Hall

Russellville City Hall

City Government

Since it was incorporated in 1870, the city of Russellville has functioned under the mayor-city council form of government. The mayor is elected to a four-year term, with each of the city’s eight aldermen elected to two-year terms. The eight aldermen represent four wards with two aldermen per ward. City commissions are made up of volunteers with an alderman as a liaison to each commission. For more information please contact the City of Russellville.

Mayor of Russellville
Fred Teague
203 South Commerce
Russellville, AR 72801
(479) 968-2098

County Government

Pope County is the 13th largest populated county in the State of Arkansas. It is located in the Arkansas River Valley, midway between Little Rock and Fort Smith. The incorporated cities and towns situated in the county are Atkins, Dover, Hector, London, Pottsville and Russellville. Russellville serves as the county seat. A County Judge and Quorum Court govern Pope County. The Quorum Court is made up of thirteen Justices of the Peace representing thirteen districts. For more information on the county government please contact Pope County.

Pope County Judge
Ben Cross
100 West Main Street 
Russellville, AR 72801

State Government

Governor of Arkansas
Sarah Huckabee Sanders
250 State Capitol Building
500 Woodlane Avenue
Little Rock, AR 72201
(501) 682-2345

State Senator
Breanne Davis
District 25
(479) 970-0081

Terry Rice
District 5

Gary Stubblefield
District 26

State Representatives
District 54
Mary Bentley

District 44
Stan Berry

District 52
Marcus Redmond

Federal Government

U.S. Senators
Tom Cotton
P.O. Box 25216
Little Rock, AR 72221
(479) 751-0879

John Boozman
1120 Garrison Avenue, Suite B
Fort Smith, AR 72901
(479) 573-0189

U. S. Congressmen

Bruce Westerman
Russellville - District 4
101 Reserve Street, Suite 200
Hot Springs, AR 71901
(501) 609-9796