Changes of the administrative-territorial device of the Rostov region
The resolution of the Central Election Commission of the USSR from 13 sentyabrya1937. The Azovo-Chernomorsky edge was divided into the Rostov region with the center in Rostov-on-Don and Krasnodar Krai with the center in Krasnodar. 7 cities and 61 areas were a part of the Rostov region. Such administrative-territorial division without significant changes of borders remained do1952.
In the period of the Great Patriotic War of 1941-1945 as a result of military operations in the territory of the area some settlements were wiped out. In this regard in the first post-war years a number of acts for their exception of credentials was adopted.
In 1950-1952 in connection with construction of the Volga-Don navigation channel many settlements were transferred from a flooding zone that also caused changes in administrative-territorial division of the Rostov region.
The decree of Presidium of the Supreme Council of the USSR from 6 yanvarya1954 of parts of the Rostov, Voronezh and Stalingrad regions formed the Kamensk region with the center in Kamensk-Shakhtinsky. As a part of the Rostov region there were 32 areas and 6 cities.
November 19, 1957. The Kamensk region was abolished by the decree of Presidium of the Supreme Council of RSFSR, its territory is returned to the Rostov, Voronezh and Stalingrad regions.
In 1958-1962 there were insignificant administrative-territorial transformations to areas. Generally it changes in areas (transformation, association, renaming, assignment of names, etc.).
The decree of Presidium of the Supreme Council of RSFSR from 1 fevralya1963. "About integration of rural areas and change of subordination of areas and cities of the Rostov region" integration of areas was carried out, instead of 48 areas 20 are formed.
In 1963-1964 the decisions of regional executive committee carried out association of small settlements to larger units. And 26 dekabrya1963 many settlements were renamed by decrees of Presidium of the Supreme Council of RSFSR of June 5.
In the next years in connection with formation of new areas there were changes in administrative-territorial division of the majority of districts of the area.
Decrees of Presidium of the Supreme Council of RSFSR of January 12 and 3 noyabrya1965 in addition formed areas: Aksay, Belokalitvinsky, Dubovsky, Zavetinsky, Krasnosulinsky, Martynovsky, Milyutinsky, Myasnikovsky, Peschanokopsky, Radionovo-Nesvetaysky, Oryol, Tarasovsky, Ust-Donetsky, Tselinsky, Chertkovsky.
The decree of Presidium of the Supreme Council of RSFSR from 9 dekabrya1970 formed Bokovsky district.
After 1970 are formed: Kuibyshevsky district (dekabr1973), Veselovsky (aprel1978), Kagalnitsky (oktyabr1980), Volgodonsk (may1983), Soviet (oktyabr1990). In iyune1984 Veshensky district was renamed into Sholokhovsky.
The decision of regional executive committee of June 6, 1986 No. 192 approved "An order of consideration of questions of the administrative-territorial device of the Rostov region" by which were guided at the solution of issues of change of administrative-territorial division of area do1991.
On April 17, 1991 the decision of presidium of regional council of People's Deputies No. 55 which approved the decision of regional executive committee of June 6, 1986 No. 192 was made. The decision of small Council of the Rostov regional council of People's Deputies from 17 marta1993 No. 66 cancelled the decision of presidium and "The provision on an order of consideration of questions of the administrative-territorial device of the Rostov region" is approved. On the basis of this Situation in Presidium of the Supreme Council of the Russian Federation only questions of transfer of the cities of regional submission from one area in another or in administrative submission of city council of People's Deputies were considered; change of line of Rostov-on-Don and inclusion in its structure of settlements was made by Council of ministers of the Russian Federation. Other questions concerning changes in the area were accepted by local legislative bodies – for that time small Council of regional council of People's Deputies – on representation of regional and city councils.
The charter of the Rostov region, accepted on May 29, 1996, fixed entry into structure of the Rostov region of 55 administrative-territorial formations.
The regional law "About the Administrative-territorial Device of the Rostov Region" of July 25, 2005 No. 340-ZS accurately defined the administrative-territorial device of area and an order of its change. Borders of municipal units are established, municipal districts and urban districts are allocated with the corresponding status of the settlement. Within municipal reform to Dona 463 municipal units are created: 12 urban districts, 43 municipal districts, 18 city and 390 rural settlements.
THE REPORT OF THE MANAGER OF REGIONAL RESETTLEMENT DEPARTMENT I.PLASTUNA TO THE VICE-CHAIRMAN ROSTOBLISPOLKOM G. D. LYUDMIRSKOMU ABOUT COMPLETION OF RESETTLEMENT AND TRANSFER OF THE STATE BUILDINGS FROM THE ZONE OF THE TSIMLYANSK RESERVOIR
I report to you that for July 1st the resettlement of farms of collective farmers, workers and employees from a zone of the Tsimlyansk Reservoir is completely finished of this year. So, according to the plan, the approved decision of executive committee of the Regional council of February 9, 1951 No. 240, was subject to move from a zone of a reservoir of 450 households, including 700 families. For the reporting period 450 households, including 713 families of collective farmers, workers and employees, from them on the Tsimlyansk district 443 households, 706 families, and to Dubovsky district of 7 households, - 7 families are moved.
The lack of balance between quantity of the transported households and the number of the moved families is explained by the fact that in St. Tsimlyansk lived in many houses on 3-4 families as co-owners or lodgers though estimated acts also under such circumstances were formed not separately on each family, and on each house. In 1949-1950 we considered under estimated acts only quantity of the households which are subject to transfer, in the current year according to the indication of Resettlement management at Council of ministers of RSFSR we show in the report also the number of the families moved on the new place.
From 450 transported houses belonging to immigrants it is restored on the new place 335, other 185 houses are at a restoration stage. Houses in which lives on several families of co-owners are restored on the new place in the same volume and appointment therefore in areas of the taking place resettlement there are no moved families which would be left without living space.
Besides, from a zone of the Tsimlyansk Reservoir was subject to postpone 303 buildings belonging to the public and state organizations from a bottom to July 1 204 buildings are postponed of this year for the new place and restored 86, including on the Tsimlyansk district from 230 buildings which were subject to transfer is transported 135 and restored 57, and to Dubovsky district from 73 buildings, transported 69 and 29 are restored. In a flooding zone for July 1 of this year there were 99 buildings, from them 58 buildings according to constructive data (turluchny, adobe, stone and brick) or on wear (if wear over 60%) are not subject to transfer. Thus, it is necessary to transfer only 41 buildings which will be transported on the new place in July of the current year from a flooding zone.
THE DECREE OF PRESIDIUM OF THE SUPREME COUNCIL OF THE USSR ON EDUCATION AS A PART OF RSFSR THE KAMENSK REGION
Moscow on January 6, 1954.
To approve idea of Presidium of the Supreme Council of the Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic of education in RSFSR of the Kamensk region with the center in the city of Kamensk-Shakhtinsky.
To include the cities of Kamensk-Shakhtinsky, Shakhty in structure of the Kamensk region, Red Sulin, Millerovo, Novoshakhtinsk and the following areas in their existing borders: Alekseevo-Lozovsky, Bazkovsky, Belokalitvinsky, Bokovsky, Upper Don, Veshensky, Voloshinsky, Glubokinsky, Zverevsky, Kamensk, Kasharsky, Kiev, Kolushkinsky, Konstantinovsky, Krasnogvardeysky, Kryvyi Rih, Litvinovsky, Malchevsky, Migulinsky, Milyutinsky, Morozovsky, Nikolaev, Oblivsky, October, Razdorsky, Selivanovsky, Skosyrsky, Tarasovsky, Tatsinsky, Tsimlyansk, Chernyshevsky and Chertkovsky of the Rostov region; Bogucharsky, Kantemirovsky, Mikhaylovsky, Pisarevsky and Radchensky Voronezh areas; Lower Chirsky, Perelazovsky, Serafimovichsky and Chernyshkovsky Stalingrad region.
Chairman of Presidium of the Supreme Council of the USSR K. Voroshilov
Secretary of Presidium of the Supreme Council of the USSR N. Pegov.
Sheets of the Supreme Council USSR, 1954, 1, page 4.
For July 1, 1988.
The center is Rostov-on-Don
The territory in one thousand sq.km – 101
The population in one thousand – 4313.1,
including city – 3101.6, rural – 1211.5
Number of administrative units
The cities of regional submission - 15
The cities of regional submission - 7
Rural areas - 42
Urban areas - 16
Industrial settlements - 37
The Village Councils - 416
Administrative-territorial division of the Rostov region. Reference book. 1988.
FROM THE STATISTICAL YEAR-BOOK "ROSTOV REGION IN FIGURES"
|Territory||Administrative-territorial device of the Rostov region|
|100967 sq.km||On 01.01.2006|
|84.5% are farmlands,||Urban districts – only 12|
|2.8% are the woods,||Municipal districts 43|
|3.4% are waters,||City settlements 18|
|The regional center – Rostov-on-Don||Rural settlements 390|
|Resident population – 1054865 people (on 01.01.2006)||Resident population (on 01.01.2006) 4303546 persons.|
"Rostov region in figures 2005"
Statistical collection. Center of information and publishing services Rostovstat, 2006