Municipalities

Kursk District

The district center

The city of Kursk

Head of the district

Ryzhikov Vladimir Mikhailovich

Contact Information:

Address: 21, Belinsky Street, Kursk, 305001

Phone: 8-4712-54-89-41

email: admkursk.rn-info@mail.ru

 

Geographical position

The Kursk district is located in the center of the region, along the perimeter of the city of Kursk, borders in the north on the Fatezhsky and Zolotukhinsky districts, in the east on the Shchigrovsky and Solntsevsky districts, in the south on the Medvehsky district, in the west on the Oktyabrsky district.

The territory of the district covers 1.6 thousand square km, or 5.4% of the territory of the region. The surface represents an elevated plateau with a highly wavy relief, with the prevalence of prone lands intersected by ravines and beams.

All the railways and motorways, electric power lines, pipelines leading to the city of Kursk, as well as a bypass road, go through the territory of the district.

On the territory of the region there are several rivers. The most significant of them are the Seim,with a length of 67 km in the district, the Tuskar 32 km long, and other rivers, with a total length of 139 km, all belonging to the Dnieper Basin.

Law of the Kursk Region of December 5, 2005 N 80-ZKO ‘On the administrative and territorial structure of the Kursk Region’ 

Law of the Kursk Region of October 21, 2004 N 48-ZKO ‘On municipalities of the Kursk Region’

Medvensky District

The district center

The urban settlement of Medvenka

Head of the district

Katunin Victor Vladimirovich

Contact Information

Address: 307030, Kursk Region., Medvensky District, Medvenka settlement, Soviet St., 20

Phone: 8-471-46-4-12-27

email: medwenka@rkursk.ru

 

Geographical position

The Medvensky district was founded in 1970. It is located in the central part of the Kursk Region, and borders on the Bolshelsoldatsky, Oktyabrsky, Solntsevsky, Pristensky and Kursk districts. The territory is 1.1 thousand square kilometers. The length of the area from the east to west is 53 km, from the north of the district center (Medvenka settlement) is 28 km, to the regional center — 36 km. Moscow-Kharkov highway passes through the territory of the district.

The surface is a hilly plain, cut by beams and ravines. The rivers of the district are the Reut, the length in the territory of the district is 48 km, the total length is 30 km, the Mladad, the Reutets, the Lubach — 16 km, the Medvenka — 13 km. All the rivers belong to the Dnieper system.

Law of the Kursk Region of December 5, 2005 N 80-ZKO ‘On the administrative and territorial structure of the Kursk Region’ 

Law of the Kursk Region of October 21, 2004 N 48-ZKO ‘On municipalities of the Kursk Region’

Oboyan District

The district center

The town of Oboyan

Head of the district

Chernousov Nikolay Viktorovich

Contact Information

Address: 306230, Kursk Region, Oboyan, Schmidt Street, 6

Phone: 8-471-41-2-24-44, 8-471-41-2-15-35

email: oboyanraion@yandex.ru

 

Geographical position

The Oboyan district was founded in 1928. It is located in the southern part of the Kursk Region. It borders on the Medven, Pristensk, Bolshesoldatsky and Belovo districts of the region, as well as on the Ivniansky district of the Belgorod region.

The territory is 1.02 thousand square km., which is 4% of the region, the surface is a hilly plain, cut by rivers and ravines, the rivers are shallow. The Psel River has a length of 54 km, the Rybinka — 28km, the Malaya Rybinka — 17km, the Kamenka — 18km, the Turovka — 17km, the Uslanka — 15km. All the rivers belong to the Dnieper Basin.

Law of the Kursk Region of December 5, 2005 N 80-ZKO ‘On the administrative and territorial structure of the Kursk Region’ 

Law of the Kursk Region of October 21, 2004 N 48-ZKO ‘On municipalities of the Kursk Region’

Belovsky District

The district center

Sloboda Belaya 

Head of the district

Volobuev Nikolay Viktorovich

Contact Information

Address: 307 910, Kursk Region, Belovsky District, Sloboda Belaya, Soviet Square, 1

Phone: 8-471-49-2-15-35

email: belay_46@mail.ru

 

Geographical position

The Belovsky region, located in the south-western part of the Kursk Region, was founded in 1965. The region is black earth and is a supplier of agricultural products.

The length of the area from the north to south is 40 km, from the west to east — 38 km. The territory of the district is 950 square kilometers (3.2% of the Kursk Region).

The district has internal borders with the Sujan, Bolshelsoldtsky, Oboyan districts and the Belgorod region and also borders on Ukraine.

Law of the Kursk Region of December 5, 2005 N 80-ZKO ‘On the administrative and territorial structure of the Kursk Region’ 

Law of the Kursk Region of October 21, 2004 N 48-ZKO ‘On municipalities of the Kursk Region’

Bolshesoldatsky District

The district center

The village of Bolshoe Soldatskoye 

Head of the district

Zaitsev Vladimir Petrovich 

Contact Information

Address: 307850, Kursk Region, Bolshoe Soldatskoye Dstrict, B.Soldatskoe village, Mir Street, 1

Phone: 8 (471 36) 2-16-48, 2-11-26

email: admbs@kursknet.ru

 

Geographical position

The Bolshelsoldatsky district in the modern borders was restored on March 23, 1977 and is located in the south-western part of the Kursk Region and borders as follows: in the north on the Lgovsky and Kurchatov, in the east on the Oktyabrsky, Medvensky and Oboyansky, in the south on the Belovsky and in the west on the Sujan districts of the region.

The administrative, economic and cultural center of the district is the village of Bolshoye Soldatskoye, located 78 km from the regional center of Kursk. The area of the district is 0.8 thousand square km, or 2.7% of the territory of the region.

Law of the Kursk Region of December 5, 2005 N 80-ZKO ‘On the administrative and territorial structure of the Kursk Region’ 

Law of the Kursk Region of October 21, 2004 N 48-ZKO ‘On municipalities of the Kursk Region’

Sudzhansky District

The district center

The town of Sudzha 

Head of the district

Il’in Nikolai Ivanovich 

Contact Information

Address: 307800, Kursk Region, Sudzha, Lenina St., 3

Phone: 8-471-43-2-15-35, 2-14-97

email: admsudga@rambler.ru

 

Geographical position

The Sudzhansky District was founded in 1928. It is located in the south-western part of the Kursk Region, it borders on the Korenevsky, Lgov, Bolshesoldtsky, Belovsky districts and Ukraine. The territory of the district is 99.5 thousand square km or 3.3% of the territory of the region.

The Sudzhansky district is located in the southwestern part of the Central Russian Upland, the south-western part of the district belongs to the Belovsky, and the north-eastern part to the Medvehsky geomorphological area.

The surface represents an elevated wavy plateau, strongly indented by ravines and gullies.

The rivers of the region are the Sudzha, flowing from the north-east to the south-west with a length of 46 km in the territory of the district, the Psel — 34 km, the Snagost — 22 km, the Vorobzha — 28 km, the Ivnitsa — 23 km, the Loknia — 26 km, the Malaya Loknia — 24 km, the Smerditsa — 17 km, the Rzhava — 9 km, the Oleshnia — 12 km, the Konopelka — 16 km.

Law of the Kursk Region of December 5, 2005 N 80-ZKO ‘On the administrative and territorial structure of the Kursk Region’ 

Law of the Kursk Region of October 21, 2004 N 48-ZKO ‘On municipalities of the Kursk Region’

Oktyabrsky District

The district center

The urban settlement of Pryamitsyno 

Head of the district

Tsukanov Anatoly Vasilyevich 

Contact Information

Address: 307200, Kursk Region, Oktyabrsky District, Pryamitsyno settlement, Oktyabrskaya St., 134

Phone: 8-471-42-2-13-36

email: admokt@list.ru

 

Geographical position

The Oktyabrsky district was founded in 1970. Located in the central part of the Kursk Region, in the north it borders on the Fatezhsky, in the east on Kursk, in the south on Medvensky, in the west on Kurchatov districts.

The length of the area from the north to south is 70 km, from the west to east is 32 km. The total area of the district is 628 square km, which is 2.1% of the territory of the region.

Law of the Kursk Region of December 5, 2005 N 80-ZKO ‘On the administrative and territorial structure of the Kursk Region’ 

Law of the Kursk Region of October 21, 2004 N 48-ZKO ‘On municipalities of the Kursk Region’

Kurchatov District

The district center

The town of Kurchatov 

Head of the district

Yarygin Alexander Vasilyevich 

Contact Information:

Address: 307251, Kursk Region, Kurchatov, Prospect Kommunistichesky, 12

Phone: 8-471-31-4-33-87, 4-12-81

email: rayadmin@mail.ru

 

Geographical position

The Kurchatov district is located in the central part of the Kursk Region. The total area of the district is 677.93 sq. km., including Kurchatov — 56.14 square km., and the district — 621.79 square kilometers. The regional center is 45 km away from the regional center. The length of the area from the north to south is 50 km, from the west to east 20 km.

The region is located on the southern slope of the Central Russian Upland, the Fatezhsko-Lgovaya Range is situated in the north of the district, in the south is the Oboyan Range. It borders on the Lgovsky, Konyshevsky, Fatezhsky, Oktyabrsky, Bolshesoldatsky districts.

The center of the district is Kurchatov. The distance to the city of Kursk by rail is 46 km., by the road — 47 km.

Law of the Kursk Region of December 5, 2005 N 80-ZKO ‘On the administrative and territorial structure of the Kursk Region’ 

Law of the Kursk Region of October 21, 2004 N 48-ZKO ‘On municipalities of the Kursk Region’

Lgov District

The district center

The town of Lgov 

Head of the district

Korostelev Sergey Nikolaevich 

Contact Information

Address: 307300, Kursk Region, Lgov, Red Square

Phone: 8-471-40-2-30-77

email: lgovyap@rambler.ru

 

Geographical position

The Lgov district was founded in 1928. It is located in the western part of the region, it borders on the Korenevsky, Rylsky, Khomutovsky, Kurchatov, Bolshesoldatsky and Sudzhansky districts. The territory is 1,0 thousand square kilometers or 3% of the territory of the region.

The surface represents a hilly plain, which is a branch of the Central Russian Upland. The plains are cut by river valleys and ravines.

The rivers of the region are included in the Dnieper System. The most significant of them is the Seim River. Its length is 84 km. The Opoka River has a length of 23 km along the territory of the district. The Byk is 26 km, the Prut — 18 km, the Bobrik — 12 km, the Belaya Loknia — 4 km. 

Law of the Kursk Region of December 5, 2005 N 80-ZKO ‘On the administrative and territorial structure of the Kursk Region’ 

Law of the Kursk Region of October 21, 2004 N 48-ZKO ‘On municipalities of the Kursk Region’

Rylsky District

The district center

The town of Rylsk 

Head of the district

Lisman Andrey Vladimirovich 

Contact Information

Address: 307370, Kursk Region, Rylsk, K. Liebknecht St., 21

Phone: 8-471-52-2-12-60, 2-31-77

email: glava@rylskraion.ru

 

Geographical location, territory

The Rylsky District was founded in 1928. It is located in the western part of the region, borders on the Khomutovsky, Lgov, Korenevsky, Glushkovsky districts and Ukraine.

The territory of the district is 1.5 thousand square km, or 5.0% of the region’s territory.

The terrain is uneven, heavily riddled by ravines and beams with different directions of slopes. The most elevated part of the district is in the north-west, the surface is gradually decreasing to the east and south.

In the region there are the following rivers: the Seym, the length on the territory is 83 km, the Obesta is 52 km, the Amonka is 35 km, the Rylo is 21 km, the Kleven is 42 km, the Kamenka is14 km, the Krupets is 10 km long. All the rivers belong to the Dnieper system.

The area of the district is 150,502 hectares, including  89,124 hectares of arable lands, 24,989 hectares of forage lands, 8,577 hectares of hayfields, 115,498 hectares of  farmlands, 1,299 hectares of gardens, 20,447 hectares of  forests.

Law of the Kursk Region of December 5, 2005 N 80-ZKO ‘On the administrative and territorial structure of the Kursk Region’ 

Law of the Kursk Region of October 21, 2004 N 48-ZKO ‘On municipalities of the Kursk Region’

Khomutovsky District

The district center

The workmen’s settlement of Khomutovka

Head of the district

Khrulev Yuri Vasilyevich

Contact Information

Address: 307540, Kursk Region, Khomutovsky District, Khomutovka

Phone: 8-471-37-2-15-35, 2-13-97

email: secretar.hom@rkursk.ru

 

Geographical position

The Khomutovsky District was established in the existing borders in 1067. It is located in the western part of the region, borders on the Rylsky, Lgov, Konyshevsky, Dmitrievsky districts, the Bryansk region and Ukraine. The territory is 1,2 thousand square kilometers, 4% of the territory of the region.

The surface of the area is a plain, riddled with river valleys and ravines. There are several rivers in the area: the Swap, the length on the territory of the district is 44 km, the Sukhaya Amonka — 24 km, the Amonka 15 km, the Sev — 24 km, the Kiselevka — 22 km, the Nemeda — 22 km, the Kleven — 9 km and others. The rivers are shallow, all of them belong to the Dnieper Basin.

The center of the district is the worker’s settlement of Khomutovka. The distance to Kursk by road is 214 km, the distance to the nearest railway station Dmitriev-Lgovsky is 56 km.

Law of the Kursk Region of December 5, 2005 N 80-ZKO ‘On the administrative and territorial structure of the Kursk Region’ 

Law of the Kursk Region of October 21, 2004 N 48-ZKO ‘On municipalities of the Kursk Region’

Konyshevsky District

The district center

The village of Konyshevka 

Head of the district

Novikov Dmitry Alexandrovich 

Contact Information

Address: 307620, Kursk Region, Konyshevsky District, Konyushevka village, Lenina St. 19

Phone: 8-471-56-2-12-55, 2-12-68

email: konadmin@mail.ru

 

Geographical position

The Konyshevsky district is located in the north-western part of the Kursk Region and is an integral part of it. It has a developed network of paved roads that connects it with other districts of the region, the regional center and other regions of the Russian Federation. The territory of the district is crossed from the south and the north-west by a railway linking the region with other regions of Russia and Ukraine.

The length of the area from the north to the south is 32 km, from the east to the west — 48 km. The district borders on the Zheleznogorsk, Fatezh, Kurchatov, Lgov, Khomutovsky and Dmitrievsky districts of the Kursk Region.

The territory of the district is 1,135 square kilometers, which is 3.8 percent of the territory of the Kursk Region.

Law of the Kursk Region of December 5, 2005 N 80-ZKO ‘On the administrative and territorial structure of the Kursk Region’ 

Law of the Kursk Region of October 21, 2004 N 48-ZKO ‘On municipalities of the Kursk Region’

Zheleznogorsk District

The district center

The town of Zheleznogorsk 

Head of the district

Frolkov Alexander Dmitrievich 

Contact Information

Address: 307170, Kursk Region, Zheleznogorsk, 52 Lenina St.

Phone: 8-471-482-12-38, 4-16-33

email: zhelrayon@mail.ru

 

Geographical position

The Zheleznogorsk district was founded on 12.01.1965 and is located in the north-west of the Kursk Region in the forest-steppe zone. The territory borders on the Orel region in the north.

Law of the Kursk Region of December 5, 2005 N 80-ZKO ‘On the administrative and territorial structure of the Kursk Region’ 

Law of the Kursk Region of October 21, 2004 N 48-ZKO ‘On municipalities of the Kursk Region’

Fatezhsky District

The district center

The town of Fatezh 

Head of the district

Gnezdilov Sergey Egorovich 

Contact Information

Address: 307400, Kursk Region., Fatezh, K. Marx St.

Phone: 8-471-44-2-15-35, 2-11-38

email: fatejadmr-na@mail.ru

 

Geographical position

The Fatezh district was founded in 1928. It is located in the northern part of the region, it borders on the Konyshevsky, Zheleznogorsky, Ponyrovsky, Zolotukhinsky, Kurchatov, Kursk districts and the Orel region. The territory is 1,2 thousand square km, or 4% of the territory of the region. 

Law of the Kursk Region of December 5, 2005 N 80-ZKO ‘On the administrative and territorial structure of the Kursk Region’ 

Law of the Kursk Region of October 21, 2004 N 48-ZKO ‘On municipalities of the Kursk Region’

Zolotukhinsky District

The district center

The urban settlement of Zolotukhino 

Head of the district

Kozhukhov Viktor Nikolaevich 

Contact Information

Address: 306020, Kursk Region, Zolotukhinsky District, Zolotukhino settlement, Lenina St, 18

Phone: 8-471-51-2-11-58, 2-15-35

email: 46zolotuhino@mail.ru

 

Geographical position

The Zolotukhinsky district was founded in 1929 and is located in the northern part of the region, 40 km from the regional center. The length of the area from the north to south is 44 km., from the west to east — 40 km. The total area is 1,4 thousand square km, which is 3.7% of the region.

Law of the Kursk Region of December 5, 2005 N 80-ZKO ‘On the administrative and territorial structure of the Kursk Region’ 

Law of the Kursk Region of October 21, 2004 N 48-ZKO ‘On municipalities of the Kursk Region’

Ponyrovsky District

The district center

The urban settlement of Ponyri 

Heads of the district

Torubarov Vladimir Sergeevich 

Contact Information

Address: 306000, Kursk Region, Ponyrovsky District, Ponyri settlement

Phone: 8-471-35-2-15-35, 2-11-58

email: admponyri@mail.ru; pon4646@yandex.ru

 

Geographical location, territory

The Ponyrovsky district is located in the northern part of the region, borders on the Fatezhsky and Zolotukhinsky districts and the Orel region. The territory is 600 square km. or 2% of the territory of the region.

The distance from the district center of the urban settlement of Ponyri to the regional center of the city of Kursk is 68 km by the rail and 76 km by the road.

Law of the Kursk Region of December 5, 2005 N 80-ZKO ‘On the administrative and territorial structure of the Kursk Region’ 

Law of the Kursk Region of October 21, 2004 N 48-ZKO ‘On municipalities of the Kursk Region’

Dmitrievsky District

The district center

The town of Dmitriev

Head of the district

Petrov Victor Grigorievich

Contact Information

Address: 307500, Kursk Region, Dmitriev, 44 Lenina St.

Phone: 8-471-50-2-10-35, 2-12-36

email: Dmitriev.rayon@rkursk.ru

 

Geographical position

The Dmitrievsky district is located in the north-western part of the Kursk Region and in the center of the European part of the Russian Federation in close proximity to the Russian-Ukrainian border, it is an integral part of the Kursk Region.

The length of the area from the north to the south is 51 km, from the east to the west — 53 km. The Dmitrievsky district has internal borders with the Zheleznogorsk, Fatezh, Konyshevsky, Khomutovsky districts; external borders go along the Bryansk region; the distance from the Russian-Ukrainian border is 40 km; the total length of the boundaries of the region is 312 km.

The territory of the district is 1,270 sq. km (4.26% of the territory of the Kursk Region).

Law of the Kursk Region of December 5, 2005 No. 80-ZKO On the administrative-territorial division of the Kursk Region

Law of the Kursk Region of October 21, 2004 №48-ZKO On municipalities of the Kursk Region

Glushkovsky District

The district center

The urban settlement of Glushkovo 

Head of the district

Zolotarev Pavel Mikhailovich

Contact Information

Address: 307450, Kursk Region, Glushkovsky District, Glushkovo, Sovetskaya St., 3

Phone: 8 (471-32) 2-12-01

email: agrko@mail.ru

 

Geographical position

The Glushkovsky district is located in the southwestern part of the Kursk Region, in the north it borders on the Rylsky district, in the east on the Korenevsky district, in the south and west on Ukraine. The area of the district is 850 square kilometers. The length of the area from the north to the south is 22 km, from the east to the west — 40 km.

Law of the Kursk Region of December 5, 2005 N 80-ZKO ‘On the administrative and territorial structure of the Kursk Region’ 

Law of the Kursk Region of October 21, 2004 N 48-ZKO ‘On municipalities of the Kursk Region’

Korenevsky District

The district center

The urban settlement of Korenevo 

Head of the district

Kovtun Sergey Ivanovich 

Contact Information

Address: 307410, Kursk Region, Korenevsky District, Korenevo, Shkolnaya Street 11

Phone: 8-471-47-2-18-05

email: admin-korenevo@mail.ru

 

Geographical position

The Korenevsky district in the existing borders was formed in 1967. It is located in the southwestern part of the region, in the east it borders on the Sudzhansky, in the north-east on the Lgovsky, in the northwest on the Rylsky, in the west on the Glushkovsky districts of the Kursk Region, in the south on the Sumy district of the Sumy Region of Ukraine.

The length of the territory of the district from the north to the south is 40 km., from the west to the east 30 km. The territory is 873 square km or 0.3% of the territory of the region. 

Law of the Kursk Region of December 5, 2005 N 80-ZKO ‘On the administrative and territorial structure of the Kursk Region’ 

Law of the Kursk Region of October 21, 2004 N 48-ZKO ‘On municipalities of the Kursk Region’

Shchigrovsky District

The district center

The town of Shchigry

Head of the district

Astakhov Yuri Ivanovich

Contact Information

Address: 306410, Kursk Region, Shchigry, Oktyabrskaya St., 55

Phone: 8-471-45-4-12-12, 4-16-38

email: badmshig@yandex.ru

 

Geographical position

The Shchigrovsky district was founded in 1928. It is located in the north-eastern part of the Kursk Region, which is situated in the European part of the Russian Federation and is an integral part of the Central Black Earth Region. The district borders on the Cheremisinovsky, Timsky, Solntsevsky, Zolotukhinsky, Kursk districts of the Kursk Region and the Konoplyansky district of the Oryol region.

The territory of the district is 1.3 thousand square kilometers or 4.36% of the territory of the region.

The area is connected to the regional center by the road and railway lines. The Kursk branch of the Moscow railway passes through the district. The distance to Kursk by rail is 61 km, by the road — 60 km.

Law of the Kursk Region of December 5, 2005 N 80-ZKO ‘On the administrative and territorial structure of the Kursk Region’ 

Law of the Kursk Region of October 21, 2004 N 48-ZKO ‘On municipalities of the Kursk Region’

Solntsevsky District

The district center

The urban settlement of Solntsevo 

Head of the district

Enyutin Gennady Dmitrievich 

Contact Information

Address: 306120, Kursk Region, Solntsevsky District, Solntsevo, Lenina st., 44

Phone: 8-471-54-2-15-35, 2-22-36

email: adm4622@bk.ru

 

Geographical position

The Solntsevsky district is located in the south-eastern part of the Kursk Region. It was formed on June 16, 1928. It is a black earth region and is a supplier of agricultural products. It borders on the Shchigrovsky and Timsky districts in the north, on the Pristenskiy district in the south; on the Manturovsky in the east; on the Kursk and Medvensky districts in the west.

The length of the region from the north to south is 42 km., from the east to west — 38 km. The territory of the district is 1,051.8 km (3.5% of the Kursk Region).

Law of the Kursk Region of December 5, 2005 N 80-ZKO ‘On the administrative and territorial structure of the Kursk Region’ 

Law of the Kursk Region of October 21, 2004 N 48-ZKO ‘On municipalities of the Kursk Region’

Pristenskiy District

The district center

The urban settlement of Pristen 

Head of the district

Petrov Victor Vladimirovich 

Contact Information

Address: 306200, Kursk Region, Pristenskiy District, Pristen Settlement, Lenin Street, 1

Phone: 8-471-34-2-15-35, 2-14-97

email: Pristen_adm@mail.ru

 

Geographical location, territory

The Pristenskiy district was founded in 1965. It is located in the southern part of the Kursk Region, borders on the Oboyan, Medvensky, Manturovsky districts and the Belgorod region.

Through the territory of the region passes the South-Eastern Railway, which connects the district with Kursk, Belgorod, Stary Oskol, Voronezh. The territory of the district is 1,001 square kilometers or 3.3% of the region’s territory.

Law of the Kursk Region of December 5, 2005 N 80-ZKO ‘On the administrative and territorial structure of the Kursk Region’ 

Law of the Kursk Region of October 21, 2004 N 48-ZKO ‘On municipalities of the Kursk Region’

Manturovsky District

The district center

The village of Manturovo 

Head of the district

Bocharov Sergey Nikolaevich 

Contact Information

Address: 30700, Kursk Region, Manturovo village, Lenina St., 13

Phone: 8-471-55-2-15-35, 2-21-89, 2-14-34

email: manturovo1710@mail.ru

 

Geographical position

The Manturovsky district is located in the south-eastern part of the Kursk Region. The administrative center of the district is the village of Manturovo. The distance to the regional center is 94 km.

In the north it borders on the Timsky district, in the east  on the Gorshechensky, in the west on the Solntsevsky, in the south — west on the Pristenskiy districts of the Kursk Region, in the south on the Gubkinsky District of the Belgorod Region.

The territory of the district is 1.0 thousand square kilometers (3.2% of the territory of the Kursk Region).

Law of the Kursk Region of December 5, 2005 N 80-ZKO ‘On the administrative and territorial structure of the Kursk Region’ 

Law of the Kursk Region of October 21, 2004 N 48-ZKO ‘On municipalities of the Kursk Region’

Timsky District

The district center

The urban settlement of Tim 

Head of the district

Bulgakov Alexander Ivanovich 

Contact Information

Address: 307060, Kursk Region, Timsky District, Tim Settlement, Kirova Street

Phone: 8-471-53-2-18-00, 2-34-90

email: secretar.admtim@rkursk.ru

 

Geographical position

The Timsky district is part of the eastern group of administrative districts. It borders on the Cheremisinovsky district in the north,on the Manturovsky district in the south, from the north-west to south-west the border passes along the Shchigrovsky and Solntsevsky districts, from the north-east to the southeast along the Soviet and Gorshechensky districts of the Kursk Region. The administrative, industrial, economic and cultural center is the urban settlement of Tim, located 65 km from the regional center, 35 km from the Shchigry railway station.

The area of the district is 882.2 square km. (3 percent of the region’s territory).

Law of the Kursk Region of December 5, 2005 N 80-ZKO ‘On the administrative and territorial structure of the Kursk Region’ 

Law of the Kursk Region of October 21, 2004 N 48-ZKO ‘On municipalities of the Kursk Region’

Cheremisinovsky District

The district center

The workmen’s settlement Cheremisinovo 

Head of the district

Ignatov Mikhail Nikolayevich 

Contact Information

Address: 306440, Kursk Region, Cheremisinovsky District, Cheremisinovo Settlement

Phone: 8-471-59-2-12-01, 2-14-90

email: cheradm@mail.ru

 

Geographical position

In its present borders, the Cheremisinovsky region is located in the center of the East European Plain on the slopes of the Central Russian Upland within the forest-steppe zone. It is located in the northeastern part of the region and  borders on the Shchigrovsky, Timsky, Soviet districts and the Orel region.

The territory is 0.8 thousand square km or 2.7% of the territory of the region. The length from the west to the east is 32 km, and from the north to the south — 37 km. The area of agricultural land is 74,634 hectares including arable land of 63,011 hectares.

The center of the district is the workmen’s settlement of Cheremisinovo. The distance to Kursk by rail is 86 km, by the highway — 88 km. The characteristic feature of the terrain of the region is a great number of the river valleys, beams, tops, ravines. The watershed ridge, which influences the river valleys of the region, is the Timsko-Shchigrovsky ridge. At its foot start the rivers which flow through the territory of the Cheremisinovsky district, they all flow into the Tim River, which is a tributary of the Sosna River. The total length of the rivers (Tim, Kosorzha, Shchigor) is 91 km. They are all shallow and refer to the Don Basin.

Law of the Kursk Region of December 5, 2005 N 80-ZKO ‘On the administrative and territorial structure of the Kursk Region’ 

Law of the Kursk Region of October 21, 2004 N 48-ZKO ‘On municipalities of the Kursk Region’

Sovetskiy District

The district center

The urban settlement of Kshensky 

Head of the district

Saveliev Vladimir Alexandrovich 

Contact Information

Address: 306600, Kursk Region, Sovetskiy District, Kshensky Settlement

Phone: 8-471-58-2-15-35, 2-14-97

email: sovr.priemnaya@rkursk.ru

 

Geographical position

The Soviet district was founded in 1928. It is located in the north-eastern part of the Kursk Region and in the northern part of the Donetsk-Dnieper watershed of the Central Russian Upland. The district borders on the Cheremisinovsky, Timsky, Gorshechensky, Kastorensky districts and the Lipetsk and Orel regions.

The territory of the district is 1,200 sq. km or 4% of the territory of the region. 

Law of the Kursk Region of December 5, 2005 N 80-ZKO ‘On the administrative and territorial structure of the Kursk Region’ 

Law of the Kursk Region of October 21, 2004 N 48-ZKO ‘On municipalities of the Kursk Region’

Kastorensky District

The district center

The urban settlement of Kastornoye 

Head of the district

Batalov Anatoly Alexandrovich 

Contact Information

Address: 306700, Kursk Region, Kastorensky District, Kastornoye Settlement, 50 Oktyabrya Street 6

Phone: 8-471-57-2-14-97, 2-15-35

email: adm.kastornoe46@rkursk.ru

 

Geographical position

The Kastorensky district is located in the Eastern part of the Kursk Region. It borders on the Lipetsk region in the north, on Voronezh in the east, on the Gorshechensky  in the south and in the west on the Soviet districts of the Kursk Region.

The territory is a compact array. The length of the area from the north to the south is 31 km, from the east to the west 54 km., the total area is 122,532 hectares, including 108,961 hectares of the agricultural land, 92,115 hectares of the arable land. 

Law of the Kursk Region of December 5, 2005 N 80-ZKO ‘On the administrative and territorial structure of the Kursk Region’ 

Law of the Kursk Region of October 21, 2004 N 48-ZKO ‘On municipalities of the Kursk Region’

Gorshechensky District

The district center

The urban settlement of Gorshechnoe 

Head of the district

Amerev Yury Mikhailovich

Contact Information

Address: 306800, Kursk Region, Gorshechensky District,  Gorshechnoe  Settlement

Phone: 8-471-33-2-16-43, 2-30-15

email: adm1@kursknet.ru

 

Geographical position

The Gorshechensky district occupies the eastern — regional part of the Kursk Region. From the north and west the district borders on the Kastorensky, Soviet, Timsky and Manturovsky districts of the region, from the south on the Staro-Oskolsky District of the Belgorod Region and from the east on the Nizhnedevitsky District of the Voronezh Region. The territory of the district is 1,4 thousand square meters (4.7% of the territory of the Kursk Region). 

Law of the Kursk Region of December 5, 2005 N 80-ZKO ‘On the administrative and territorial structure of the Kursk Region’ 

Law of the Kursk Region of October 21, 2004 N 48-ZKO ‘On municipalities of the Kursk Region’

  • Kursk District

    The district center

    The city of Kursk

    Head of the district

    Ryzhikov Vladimir Mikhailovich

    Contact Information:

    Address: 21, Belinsky Street, Kursk, 305001

    Phone: 8-4712-54-89-41

    email: admkursk.rn-info@mail.ru

     

    Geographical position

    The Kursk district is located in the center of the region, along the perimeter of the city of Kursk, borders in the north on the Fatezhsky and Zolotukhinsky districts, in the east on the Shchigrovsky and Solntsevsky districts, in the south on the Medvehsky district, in the west on the Oktyabrsky district.

    The territory of the district covers 1.6 thousand square km, or 5.4% of the territory of the region. The surface represents an elevated plateau with a highly wavy relief, with the prevalence of prone lands intersected by ravines and beams.

    All the railways and motorways, electric power lines, pipelines leading to the city of Kursk, as well as a bypass road, go through the territory of the district.

    On the territory of the region there are several rivers. The most significant of them are the Seim,with a length of 67 km in the district, the Tuskar 32 km long, and other rivers, with a total length of 139 km, all belonging to the Dnieper Basin.

    Law of the Kursk Region of December 5, 2005 N 80-ZKO ‘On the administrative and territorial structure of the Kursk Region’ 

    Law of the Kursk Region of October 21, 2004 N 48-ZKO ‘On municipalities of the Kursk Region’

  • Medvensky District

    The district center

    The urban settlement of Medvenka

    Head of the district

    Katunin Victor Vladimirovich

    Contact Information

    Address: 307030, Kursk Region., Medvensky District, Medvenka settlement, Soviet St., 20

    Phone: 8-471-46-4-12-27

    email: medwenka@rkursk.ru

     

    Geographical position

    The Medvensky district was founded in 1970. It is located in the central part of the Kursk Region, and borders on the Bolshelsoldatsky, Oktyabrsky, Solntsevsky, Pristensky and Kursk districts. The territory is 1.1 thousand square kilometers. The length of the area from the east to west is 53 km, from the north of the district center (Medvenka settlement) is 28 km, to the regional center — 36 km. Moscow-Kharkov highway passes through the territory of the district.

    The surface is a hilly plain, cut by beams and ravines. The rivers of the district are the Reut, the length in the territory of the district is 48 km, the total length is 30 km, the Mladad, the Reutets, the Lubach — 16 km, the Medvenka — 13 km. All the rivers belong to the Dnieper system.

    Law of the Kursk Region of December 5, 2005 N 80-ZKO ‘On the administrative and territorial structure of the Kursk Region’ 

    Law of the Kursk Region of October 21, 2004 N 48-ZKO ‘On municipalities of the Kursk Region’

  • Oboyan District

    The district center

    The town of Oboyan

    Head of the district

    Chernousov Nikolay Viktorovich

    Contact Information

    Address: 306230, Kursk Region, Oboyan, Schmidt Street, 6

    Phone: 8-471-41-2-24-44, 8-471-41-2-15-35

    email: oboyanraion@yandex.ru

     

    Geographical position

    The Oboyan district was founded in 1928. It is located in the southern part of the Kursk Region. It borders on the Medven, Pristensk, Bolshesoldatsky and Belovo districts of the region, as well as on the Ivniansky district of the Belgorod region.

    The territory is 1.02 thousand square km., which is 4% of the region, the surface is a hilly plain, cut by rivers and ravines, the rivers are shallow. The Psel River has a length of 54 km, the Rybinka — 28km, the Malaya Rybinka — 17km, the Kamenka — 18km, the Turovka — 17km, the Uslanka — 15km. All the rivers belong to the Dnieper Basin.

    Law of the Kursk Region of December 5, 2005 N 80-ZKO ‘On the administrative and territorial structure of the Kursk Region’ 

    Law of the Kursk Region of October 21, 2004 N 48-ZKO ‘On municipalities of the Kursk Region’

  • Belovsky District

    The district center

    Sloboda Belaya 

    Head of the district

    Volobuev Nikolay Viktorovich

    Contact Information

    Address: 307 910, Kursk Region, Belovsky District, Sloboda Belaya, Soviet Square, 1

    Phone: 8-471-49-2-15-35

    email: belay_46@mail.ru

     

    Geographical position

    The Belovsky region, located in the south-western part of the Kursk Region, was founded in 1965. The region is black earth and is a supplier of agricultural products.

    The length of the area from the north to south is 40 km, from the west to east — 38 km. The territory of the district is 950 square kilometers (3.2% of the Kursk Region).

    The district has internal borders with the Sujan, Bolshelsoldtsky, Oboyan districts and the Belgorod region and also borders on Ukraine.

    Law of the Kursk Region of December 5, 2005 N 80-ZKO ‘On the administrative and territorial structure of the Kursk Region’ 

    Law of the Kursk Region of October 21, 2004 N 48-ZKO ‘On municipalities of the Kursk Region’

  • Bolshesoldatsky District

    The district center

    The village of Bolshoe Soldatskoye 

    Head of the district

    Zaitsev Vladimir Petrovich 

    Contact Information

    Address: 307850, Kursk Region, Bolshoe Soldatskoye Dstrict, B.Soldatskoe village, Mir Street, 1

    Phone: 8 (471 36) 2-16-48, 2-11-26

    email: admbs@kursknet.ru

     

    Geographical position

    The Bolshelsoldatsky district in the modern borders was restored on March 23, 1977 and is located in the south-western part of the Kursk Region and borders as follows: in the north on the Lgovsky and Kurchatov, in the east on the Oktyabrsky, Medvensky and Oboyansky, in the south on the Belovsky and in the west on the Sujan districts of the region.

    The administrative, economic and cultural center of the district is the village of Bolshoye Soldatskoye, located 78 km from the regional center of Kursk. The area of the district is 0.8 thousand square km, or 2.7% of the territory of the region.

    Law of the Kursk Region of December 5, 2005 N 80-ZKO ‘On the administrative and territorial structure of the Kursk Region’ 

    Law of the Kursk Region of October 21, 2004 N 48-ZKO ‘On municipalities of the Kursk Region’

  • Sudzhansky District

    The district center

    The town of Sudzha 

    Head of the district

    Il’in Nikolai Ivanovich 

    Contact Information

    Address: 307800, Kursk Region, Sudzha, Lenina St., 3

    Phone: 8-471-43-2-15-35, 2-14-97

    email: admsudga@rambler.ru

     

    Geographical position

    The Sudzhansky District was founded in 1928. It is located in the south-western part of the Kursk Region, it borders on the Korenevsky, Lgov, Bolshesoldtsky, Belovsky districts and Ukraine. The territory of the district is 99.5 thousand square km or 3.3% of the territory of the region.

    The Sudzhansky district is located in the southwestern part of the Central Russian Upland, the south-western part of the district belongs to the Belovsky, and the north-eastern part to the Medvehsky geomorphological area.

    The surface represents an elevated wavy plateau, strongly indented by ravines and gullies.

    The rivers of the region are the Sudzha, flowing from the north-east to the south-west with a length of 46 km in the territory of the district, the Psel — 34 km, the Snagost — 22 km, the Vorobzha — 28 km, the Ivnitsa — 23 km, the Loknia — 26 km, the Malaya Loknia — 24 km, the Smerditsa — 17 km, the Rzhava — 9 km, the Oleshnia — 12 km, the Konopelka — 16 km.

    Law of the Kursk Region of December 5, 2005 N 80-ZKO ‘On the administrative and territorial structure of the Kursk Region’ 

    Law of the Kursk Region of October 21, 2004 N 48-ZKO ‘On municipalities of the Kursk Region’

  • Oktyabrsky District

    The district center

    The urban settlement of Pryamitsyno 

    Head of the district

    Tsukanov Anatoly Vasilyevich 

    Contact Information

    Address: 307200, Kursk Region, Oktyabrsky District, Pryamitsyno settlement, Oktyabrskaya St., 134

    Phone: 8-471-42-2-13-36

    email: admokt@list.ru

     

    Geographical position

    The Oktyabrsky district was founded in 1970. Located in the central part of the Kursk Region, in the north it borders on the Fatezhsky, in the east on Kursk, in the south on Medvensky, in the west on Kurchatov districts.

    The length of the area from the north to south is 70 km, from the west to east is 32 km. The total area of the district is 628 square km, which is 2.1% of the territory of the region.

    Law of the Kursk Region of December 5, 2005 N 80-ZKO ‘On the administrative and territorial structure of the Kursk Region’ 

    Law of the Kursk Region of October 21, 2004 N 48-ZKO ‘On municipalities of the Kursk Region’

  • Kurchatov District

    The district center

    The town of Kurchatov 

    Head of the district

    Yarygin Alexander Vasilyevich 

    Contact Information:

    Address: 307251, Kursk Region, Kurchatov, Prospect Kommunistichesky, 12

    Phone: 8-471-31-4-33-87, 4-12-81

    email: rayadmin@mail.ru

     

    Geographical position

    The Kurchatov district is located in the central part of the Kursk Region. The total area of the district is 677.93 sq. km., including Kurchatov — 56.14 square km., and the district — 621.79 square kilometers. The regional center is 45 km away from the regional center. The length of the area from the north to south is 50 km, from the west to east 20 km.

    The region is located on the southern slope of the Central Russian Upland, the Fatezhsko-Lgovaya Range is situated in the north of the district, in the south is the Oboyan Range. It borders on the Lgovsky, Konyshevsky, Fatezhsky, Oktyabrsky, Bolshesoldatsky districts.

    The center of the district is Kurchatov. The distance to the city of Kursk by rail is 46 km., by the road — 47 km.

    Law of the Kursk Region of December 5, 2005 N 80-ZKO ‘On the administrative and territorial structure of the Kursk Region’ 

    Law of the Kursk Region of October 21, 2004 N 48-ZKO ‘On municipalities of the Kursk Region’

  • Lgov District

    The district center

    The town of Lgov 

    Head of the district

    Korostelev Sergey Nikolaevich 

    Contact Information

    Address: 307300, Kursk Region, Lgov, Red Square

    Phone: 8-471-40-2-30-77

    email: lgovyap@rambler.ru

     

    Geographical position

    The Lgov district was founded in 1928. It is located in the western part of the region, it borders on the Korenevsky, Rylsky, Khomutovsky, Kurchatov, Bolshesoldatsky and Sudzhansky districts. The territory is 1,0 thousand square kilometers or 3% of the territory of the region.

    The surface represents a hilly plain, which is a branch of the Central Russian Upland. The plains are cut by river valleys and ravines.

    The rivers of the region are included in the Dnieper System. The most significant of them is the Seim River. Its length is 84 km. The Opoka River has a length of 23 km along the territory of the district. The Byk is 26 km, the Prut — 18 km, the Bobrik — 12 km, the Belaya Loknia — 4 km. 

    Law of the Kursk Region of December 5, 2005 N 80-ZKO ‘On the administrative and territorial structure of the Kursk Region’ 

    Law of the Kursk Region of October 21, 2004 N 48-ZKO ‘On municipalities of the Kursk Region’

  • Rylsky District

    The district center

    The town of Rylsk 

    Head of the district

    Lisman Andrey Vladimirovich 

    Contact Information

    Address: 307370, Kursk Region, Rylsk, K. Liebknecht St., 21

    Phone: 8-471-52-2-12-60, 2-31-77

    email: glava@rylskraion.ru

     

    Geographical location, territory

    The Rylsky District was founded in 1928. It is located in the western part of the region, borders on the Khomutovsky, Lgov, Korenevsky, Glushkovsky districts and Ukraine.

    The territory of the district is 1.5 thousand square km, or 5.0% of the region’s territory.

    The terrain is uneven, heavily riddled by ravines and beams with different directions of slopes. The most elevated part of the district is in the north-west, the surface is gradually decreasing to the east and south.

    In the region there are the following rivers: the Seym, the length on the territory is 83 km, the Obesta is 52 km, the Amonka is 35 km, the Rylo is 21 km, the Kleven is 42 km, the Kamenka is14 km, the Krupets is 10 km long. All the rivers belong to the Dnieper system.

    The area of the district is 150,502 hectares, including  89,124 hectares of arable lands, 24,989 hectares of forage lands, 8,577 hectares of hayfields, 115,498 hectares of  farmlands, 1,299 hectares of gardens, 20,447 hectares of  forests.

    Law of the Kursk Region of December 5, 2005 N 80-ZKO ‘On the administrative and territorial structure of the Kursk Region’ 

    Law of the Kursk Region of October 21, 2004 N 48-ZKO ‘On municipalities of the Kursk Region’

  • Khomutovsky District

    The district center

    The workmen’s settlement of Khomutovka

    Head of the district

    Khrulev Yuri Vasilyevich

    Contact Information

    Address: 307540, Kursk Region, Khomutovsky District, Khomutovka

    Phone: 8-471-37-2-15-35, 2-13-97

    email: secretar.hom@rkursk.ru

     

    Geographical position

    The Khomutovsky District was established in the existing borders in 1067. It is located in the western part of the region, borders on the Rylsky, Lgov, Konyshevsky, Dmitrievsky districts, the Bryansk region and Ukraine. The territory is 1,2 thousand square kilometers, 4% of the territory of the region.

    The surface of the area is a plain, riddled with river valleys and ravines. There are several rivers in the area: the Swap, the length on the territory of the district is 44 km, the Sukhaya Amonka — 24 km, the Amonka 15 km, the Sev — 24 km, the Kiselevka — 22 km, the Nemeda — 22 km, the Kleven — 9 km and others. The rivers are shallow, all of them belong to the Dnieper Basin.

    The center of the district is the worker’s settlement of Khomutovka. The distance to Kursk by road is 214 km, the distance to the nearest railway station Dmitriev-Lgovsky is 56 km.

    Law of the Kursk Region of December 5, 2005 N 80-ZKO ‘On the administrative and territorial structure of the Kursk Region’ 

    Law of the Kursk Region of October 21, 2004 N 48-ZKO ‘On municipalities of the Kursk Region’

  • Konyshevsky District

    The district center

    The village of Konyshevka 

    Head of the district

    Novikov Dmitry Alexandrovich 

    Contact Information

    Address: 307620, Kursk Region, Konyshevsky District, Konyushevka village, Lenina St. 19

    Phone: 8-471-56-2-12-55, 2-12-68

    email: konadmin@mail.ru

     

    Geographical position

    The Konyshevsky district is located in the north-western part of the Kursk Region and is an integral part of it. It has a developed network of paved roads that connects it with other districts of the region, the regional center and other regions of the Russian Federation. The territory of the district is crossed from the south and the north-west by a railway linking the region with other regions of Russia and Ukraine.

    The length of the area from the north to the south is 32 km, from the east to the west — 48 km. The district borders on the Zheleznogorsk, Fatezh, Kurchatov, Lgov, Khomutovsky and Dmitrievsky districts of the Kursk Region.

    The territory of the district is 1,135 square kilometers, which is 3.8 percent of the territory of the Kursk Region.

    Law of the Kursk Region of December 5, 2005 N 80-ZKO ‘On the administrative and territorial structure of the Kursk Region’ 

    Law of the Kursk Region of October 21, 2004 N 48-ZKO ‘On municipalities of the Kursk Region’

  • Zheleznogorsk District

    The district center

    The town of Zheleznogorsk 

    Head of the district

    Frolkov Alexander Dmitrievich 

    Contact Information

    Address: 307170, Kursk Region, Zheleznogorsk, 52 Lenina St.

    Phone: 8-471-482-12-38, 4-16-33

    email: zhelrayon@mail.ru

     

    Geographical position

    The Zheleznogorsk district was founded on 12.01.1965 and is located in the north-west of the Kursk Region in the forest-steppe zone. The territory borders on the Orel region in the north.

    Law of the Kursk Region of December 5, 2005 N 80-ZKO ‘On the administrative and territorial structure of the Kursk Region’ 

    Law of the Kursk Region of October 21, 2004 N 48-ZKO ‘On municipalities of the Kursk Region’

  • Fatezhsky District

    The district center

    The town of Fatezh 

    Head of the district

    Gnezdilov Sergey Egorovich 

    Contact Information

    Address: 307400, Kursk Region., Fatezh, K. Marx St.

    Phone: 8-471-44-2-15-35, 2-11-38

    email: fatejadmr-na@mail.ru

     

    Geographical position

    The Fatezh district was founded in 1928. It is located in the northern part of the region, it borders on the Konyshevsky, Zheleznogorsky, Ponyrovsky, Zolotukhinsky, Kurchatov, Kursk districts and the Orel region. The territory is 1,2 thousand square km, or 4% of the territory of the region. 

    Law of the Kursk Region of December 5, 2005 N 80-ZKO ‘On the administrative and territorial structure of the Kursk Region’ 

    Law of the Kursk Region of October 21, 2004 N 48-ZKO ‘On municipalities of the Kursk Region’

  • Zolotukhinsky District

    The district center

    The urban settlement of Zolotukhino 

    Head of the district

    Kozhukhov Viktor Nikolaevich 

    Contact Information

    Address: 306020, Kursk Region, Zolotukhinsky District, Zolotukhino settlement, Lenina St, 18

    Phone: 8-471-51-2-11-58, 2-15-35

    email: 46zolotuhino@mail.ru

     

    Geographical position

    The Zolotukhinsky district was founded in 1929 and is located in the northern part of the region, 40 km from the regional center. The length of the area from the north to south is 44 km., from the west to east — 40 km. The total area is 1,4 thousand square km, which is 3.7% of the region.

    Law of the Kursk Region of December 5, 2005 N 80-ZKO ‘On the administrative and territorial structure of the Kursk Region’ 

    Law of the Kursk Region of October 21, 2004 N 48-ZKO ‘On municipalities of the Kursk Region’

  • Ponyrovsky District

    The district center

    The urban settlement of Ponyri 

    Heads of the district

    Torubarov Vladimir Sergeevich 

    Contact Information

    Address: 306000, Kursk Region, Ponyrovsky District, Ponyri settlement

    Phone: 8-471-35-2-15-35, 2-11-58

    email: admponyri@mail.ru; pon4646@yandex.ru

     

    Geographical location, territory

    The Ponyrovsky district is located in the northern part of the region, borders on the Fatezhsky and Zolotukhinsky districts and the Orel region. The territory is 600 square km. or 2% of the territory of the region.

    The distance from the district center of the urban settlement of Ponyri to the regional center of the city of Kursk is 68 km by the rail and 76 km by the road.

    Law of the Kursk Region of December 5, 2005 N 80-ZKO ‘On the administrative and territorial structure of the Kursk Region’ 

    Law of the Kursk Region of October 21, 2004 N 48-ZKO ‘On municipalities of the Kursk Region’

  • Dmitrievsky District

    The district center

    The town of Dmitriev

    Head of the district

    Petrov Victor Grigorievich

    Contact Information

    Address: 307500, Kursk Region, Dmitriev, 44 Lenina St.

    Phone: 8-471-50-2-10-35, 2-12-36

    email: Dmitriev.rayon@rkursk.ru

     

    Geographical position

    The Dmitrievsky district is located in the north-western part of the Kursk Region and in the center of the European part of the Russian Federation in close proximity to the Russian-Ukrainian border, it is an integral part of the Kursk Region.

    The length of the area from the north to the south is 51 km, from the east to the west — 53 km. The Dmitrievsky district has internal borders with the Zheleznogorsk, Fatezh, Konyshevsky, Khomutovsky districts; external borders go along the Bryansk region; the distance from the Russian-Ukrainian border is 40 km; the total length of the boundaries of the region is 312 km.

    The territory of the district is 1,270 sq. km (4.26% of the territory of the Kursk Region).

    Law of the Kursk Region of December 5, 2005 No. 80-ZKO On the administrative-territorial division of the Kursk Region

    Law of the Kursk Region of October 21, 2004 №48-ZKO On municipalities of the Kursk Region

  • Glushkovsky District

    The district center

    The urban settlement of Glushkovo 

    Head of the district

    Zolotarev Pavel Mikhailovich

    Contact Information

    Address: 307450, Kursk Region, Glushkovsky District, Glushkovo, Sovetskaya St., 3

    Phone: 8 (471-32) 2-12-01

    email: agrko@mail.ru

     

    Geographical position

    The Glushkovsky district is located in the southwestern part of the Kursk Region, in the north it borders on the Rylsky district, in the east on the Korenevsky district, in the south and west on Ukraine. The area of the district is 850 square kilometers. The length of the area from the north to the south is 22 km, from the east to the west — 40 km.

    Law of the Kursk Region of December 5, 2005 N 80-ZKO ‘On the administrative and territorial structure of the Kursk Region’ 

    Law of the Kursk Region of October 21, 2004 N 48-ZKO ‘On municipalities of the Kursk Region’

  • Korenevsky District

    The district center

    The urban settlement of Korenevo 

    Head of the district

    Kovtun Sergey Ivanovich 

    Contact Information

    Address: 307410, Kursk Region, Korenevsky District, Korenevo, Shkolnaya Street 11

    Phone: 8-471-47-2-18-05

    email: admin-korenevo@mail.ru

     

    Geographical position

    The Korenevsky district in the existing borders was formed in 1967. It is located in the southwestern part of the region, in the east it borders on the Sudzhansky, in the north-east on the Lgovsky, in the northwest on the Rylsky, in the west on the Glushkovsky districts of the Kursk Region, in the south on the Sumy district of the Sumy Region of Ukraine.

    The length of the territory of the district from the north to the south is 40 km., from the west to the east 30 km. The territory is 873 square km or 0.3% of the territory of the region. 

    Law of the Kursk Region of December 5, 2005 N 80-ZKO ‘On the administrative and territorial structure of the Kursk Region’ 

    Law of the Kursk Region of October 21, 2004 N 48-ZKO ‘On municipalities of the Kursk Region’

  • Shchigrovsky District

    The district center

    The town of Shchigry

    Head of the district

    Astakhov Yuri Ivanovich

    Contact Information

    Address: 306410, Kursk Region, Shchigry, Oktyabrskaya St., 55

    Phone: 8-471-45-4-12-12, 4-16-38

    email: badmshig@yandex.ru

     

    Geographical position

    The Shchigrovsky district was founded in 1928. It is located in the north-eastern part of the Kursk Region, which is situated in the European part of the Russian Federation and is an integral part of the Central Black Earth Region. The district borders on the Cheremisinovsky, Timsky, Solntsevsky, Zolotukhinsky, Kursk districts of the Kursk Region and the Konoplyansky district of the Oryol region.

    The territory of the district is 1.3 thousand square kilometers or 4.36% of the territory of the region.

    The area is connected to the regional center by the road and railway lines. The Kursk branch of the Moscow railway passes through the district. The distance to Kursk by rail is 61 km, by the road — 60 km.

    Law of the Kursk Region of December 5, 2005 N 80-ZKO ‘On the administrative and territorial structure of the Kursk Region’ 

    Law of the Kursk Region of October 21, 2004 N 48-ZKO ‘On municipalities of the Kursk Region’

  • Solntsevsky District

    The district center

    The urban settlement of Solntsevo 

    Head of the district

    Enyutin Gennady Dmitrievich 

    Contact Information

    Address: 306120, Kursk Region, Solntsevsky District, Solntsevo, Lenina st., 44

    Phone: 8-471-54-2-15-35, 2-22-36

    email: adm4622@bk.ru

     

    Geographical position

    The Solntsevsky district is located in the south-eastern part of the Kursk Region. It was formed on June 16, 1928. It is a black earth region and is a supplier of agricultural products. It borders on the Shchigrovsky and Timsky districts in the north, on the Pristenskiy district in the south; on the Manturovsky in the east; on the Kursk and Medvensky districts in the west.

    The length of the region from the north to south is 42 km., from the east to west — 38 km. The territory of the district is 1,051.8 km (3.5% of the Kursk Region).

    Law of the Kursk Region of December 5, 2005 N 80-ZKO ‘On the administrative and territorial structure of the Kursk Region’ 

    Law of the Kursk Region of October 21, 2004 N 48-ZKO ‘On municipalities of the Kursk Region’

  • Pristenskiy District

    The district center

    The urban settlement of Pristen 

    Head of the district

    Petrov Victor Vladimirovich 

    Contact Information

    Address: 306200, Kursk Region, Pristenskiy District, Pristen Settlement, Lenin Street, 1

    Phone: 8-471-34-2-15-35, 2-14-97

    email: Pristen_adm@mail.ru

     

    Geographical location, territory

    The Pristenskiy district was founded in 1965. It is located in the southern part of the Kursk Region, borders on the Oboyan, Medvensky, Manturovsky districts and the Belgorod region.

    Through the territory of the region passes the South-Eastern Railway, which connects the district with Kursk, Belgorod, Stary Oskol, Voronezh. The territory of the district is 1,001 square kilometers or 3.3% of the region’s territory.

    Law of the Kursk Region of December 5, 2005 N 80-ZKO ‘On the administrative and territorial structure of the Kursk Region’ 

    Law of the Kursk Region of October 21, 2004 N 48-ZKO ‘On municipalities of the Kursk Region’

  • Manturovsky District

    The district center

    The village of Manturovo 

    Head of the district

    Bocharov Sergey Nikolaevich 

    Contact Information

    Address: 30700, Kursk Region, Manturovo village, Lenina St., 13

    Phone: 8-471-55-2-15-35, 2-21-89, 2-14-34

    email: manturovo1710@mail.ru

     

    Geographical position

    The Manturovsky district is located in the south-eastern part of the Kursk Region. The administrative center of the district is the village of Manturovo. The distance to the regional center is 94 km.

    In the north it borders on the Timsky district, in the east  on the Gorshechensky, in the west on the Solntsevsky, in the south — west on the Pristenskiy districts of the Kursk Region, in the south on the Gubkinsky District of the Belgorod Region.

    The territory of the district is 1.0 thousand square kilometers (3.2% of the territory of the Kursk Region).

    Law of the Kursk Region of December 5, 2005 N 80-ZKO ‘On the administrative and territorial structure of the Kursk Region’ 

    Law of the Kursk Region of October 21, 2004 N 48-ZKO ‘On municipalities of the Kursk Region’

  • Timsky District

    The district center

    The urban settlement of Tim 

    Head of the district

    Bulgakov Alexander Ivanovich 

    Contact Information

    Address: 307060, Kursk Region, Timsky District, Tim Settlement, Kirova Street

    Phone: 8-471-53-2-18-00, 2-34-90

    email: secretar.admtim@rkursk.ru

     

    Geographical position

    The Timsky district is part of the eastern group of administrative districts. It borders on the Cheremisinovsky district in the north,on the Manturovsky district in the south, from the north-west to south-west the border passes along the Shchigrovsky and Solntsevsky districts, from the north-east to the southeast along the Soviet and Gorshechensky districts of the Kursk Region. The administrative, industrial, economic and cultural center is the urban settlement of Tim, located 65 km from the regional center, 35 km from the Shchigry railway station.

    The area of the district is 882.2 square km. (3 percent of the region’s territory).

    Law of the Kursk Region of December 5, 2005 N 80-ZKO ‘On the administrative and territorial structure of the Kursk Region’ 

    Law of the Kursk Region of October 21, 2004 N 48-ZKO ‘On municipalities of the Kursk Region’

  • Cheremisinovsky District

    The district center

    The workmen’s settlement Cheremisinovo 

    Head of the district

    Ignatov Mikhail Nikolayevich 

    Contact Information

    Address: 306440, Kursk Region, Cheremisinovsky District, Cheremisinovo Settlement

    Phone: 8-471-59-2-12-01, 2-14-90

    email: cheradm@mail.ru

     

    Geographical position

    In its present borders, the Cheremisinovsky region is located in the center of the East European Plain on the slopes of the Central Russian Upland within the forest-steppe zone. It is located in the northeastern part of the region and  borders on the Shchigrovsky, Timsky, Soviet districts and the Orel region.

    The territory is 0.8 thousand square km or 2.7% of the territory of the region. The length from the west to the east is 32 km, and from the north to the south — 37 km. The area of agricultural land is 74,634 hectares including arable land of 63,011 hectares.

    The center of the district is the workmen’s settlement of Cheremisinovo. The distance to Kursk by rail is 86 km, by the highway — 88 km. The characteristic feature of the terrain of the region is a great number of the river valleys, beams, tops, ravines. The watershed ridge, which influences the river valleys of the region, is the Timsko-Shchigrovsky ridge. At its foot start the rivers which flow through the territory of the Cheremisinovsky district, they all flow into the Tim River, which is a tributary of the Sosna River. The total length of the rivers (Tim, Kosorzha, Shchigor) is 91 km. They are all shallow and refer to the Don Basin.

    Law of the Kursk Region of December 5, 2005 N 80-ZKO ‘On the administrative and territorial structure of the Kursk Region’ 

    Law of the Kursk Region of October 21, 2004 N 48-ZKO ‘On municipalities of the Kursk Region’

  • Sovetskiy District

    The district center

    The urban settlement of Kshensky 

    Head of the district

    Saveliev Vladimir Alexandrovich 

    Contact Information

    Address: 306600, Kursk Region, Sovetskiy District, Kshensky Settlement

    Phone: 8-471-58-2-15-35, 2-14-97

    email: sovr.priemnaya@rkursk.ru

     

    Geographical position

    The Soviet district was founded in 1928. It is located in the north-eastern part of the Kursk Region and in the northern part of the Donetsk-Dnieper watershed of the Central Russian Upland. The district borders on the Cheremisinovsky, Timsky, Gorshechensky, Kastorensky districts and the Lipetsk and Orel regions.

    The territory of the district is 1,200 sq. km or 4% of the territory of the region. 

    Law of the Kursk Region of December 5, 2005 N 80-ZKO ‘On the administrative and territorial structure of the Kursk Region’ 

    Law of the Kursk Region of October 21, 2004 N 48-ZKO ‘On municipalities of the Kursk Region’

  • Kastorensky District

    The district center

    The urban settlement of Kastornoye 

    Head of the district

    Batalov Anatoly Alexandrovich 

    Contact Information

    Address: 306700, Kursk Region, Kastorensky District, Kastornoye Settlement, 50 Oktyabrya Street 6

    Phone: 8-471-57-2-14-97, 2-15-35

    email: adm.kastornoe46@rkursk.ru

     

    Geographical position

    The Kastorensky district is located in the Eastern part of the Kursk Region. It borders on the Lipetsk region in the north, on Voronezh in the east, on the Gorshechensky  in the south and in the west on the Soviet districts of the Kursk Region.

    The territory is a compact array. The length of the area from the north to the south is 31 km, from the east to the west 54 km., the total area is 122,532 hectares, including 108,961 hectares of the agricultural land, 92,115 hectares of the arable land. 

    Law of the Kursk Region of December 5, 2005 N 80-ZKO ‘On the administrative and territorial structure of the Kursk Region’ 

    Law of the Kursk Region of October 21, 2004 N 48-ZKO ‘On municipalities of the Kursk Region’

  • Gorshechensky District

    The district center

    The urban settlement of Gorshechnoe 

    Head of the district

    Amerev Yury Mikhailovich

    Contact Information

    Address: 306800, Kursk Region, Gorshechensky District,  Gorshechnoe  Settlement

    Phone: 8-471-33-2-16-43, 2-30-15

    email: adm1@kursknet.ru

     

    Geographical position

    The Gorshechensky district occupies the eastern — regional part of the Kursk Region. From the north and west the district borders on the Kastorensky, Soviet, Timsky and Manturovsky districts of the region, from the south on the Staro-Oskolsky District of the Belgorod Region and from the east on the Nizhnedevitsky District of the Voronezh Region. The territory of the district is 1,4 thousand square meters (4.7% of the territory of the Kursk Region). 

    Law of the Kursk Region of December 5, 2005 N 80-ZKO ‘On the administrative and territorial structure of the Kursk Region’ 

    Law of the Kursk Region of October 21, 2004 N 48-ZKO ‘On municipalities of the Kursk Region’

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