|Ukrainian: Червона Мотовилівка|
In 2001 its population was 3,499. Its area covered 8.16 square kilometres (3.15 sq mi).
Chervona Motovylivka is an ancient Ukrainian village founded between 1712-1714, when the terms of the Treaty of the Pruth (1711) forced Ukrainian Cossacks from Great Motovylivka (subjects of Russia) to move to the left bank of the Stuhna.
The name Chervona Motovylivka was established in 1940. Previous names were Chernecha Motovylivka, Kazenna Motovylivka and Kamenevo.
- Valery Pyatnitsky (born 1962) - Ukrainian politician and statesman. Government's Commissioner for European Integration.