Welcome to the City of Jetmore
If you are looking for a quiet and welcoming town to relocate your family to, look no further than Jetmore. Located at the intersection of US 283 and K 156, Jetmore is the County Seat of Hodgeman County and the home of the Longhorns.
With a population of about 900, the City of Jetmore has shown great resilience throughout the years as families and friends keep finding themselves coming back. The City of Jetmore offers amenities like City Parks, a Golf Course at Cheyenne Hills, a City Lake, as well as utility services such as electric, water, and sewer. When it comes to grocery and dining, Jetmore has a local Food Center as well as a number of good family-owned restaurants. We are located just 25 minutes north of Dodge City and 45 minutes east of Garden City, so going shopping is not a problem.
Come and walk down our famous Main Street with the beautiful street lights, side walk designs, and benches to rest on. While you do this, take a moment to circle our historic County Courthouse. Finding a more friendlier place to be will be hard. So we encourage you to stop in, take some time to talk, and soak in what all Jetmore has to offer. We may be small in size, but I think you will be surprised with how much we have to offer!
The Jetmore City Council will meet in regular session on Thursday, March 6th at the Jetmore City Hall Building located at 109 E Bramley Street. The meeting will begin at 7:00 PM. If you wish to placed on the agenda, please contact the City Clerk.
The Jetmore City Council met in special session on December 16, 2013. Mayor Bill Goebel called the meeting to order. Councilmen answering roll call were Michael Hendrickson, Derek Olson, Randy Washburn, Mike Thornburg and Larry Steinbring. Also attending were City Administrator Grayson Path and City Clerk Deb McKivergan. The meeting was called to hold the hearing for the amended 2013 budget and for employee performance evaluations.
Councilman Thornburg made a motion to approve the 2013 budget amendment as presented. Councilman Washburn seconded the motion; vote unanimous. Councilman Washburn made a motion to go into executive session for 30 minutes from 7:24 p.m. to 7:54 p.m. with the Council, Mayor and Administrator present. Councilman Hendrickson seconded the motion; vote unanimous. Councilman Thornburg made a motion to come out of executive session. Councilman Steinbring seconded the motion; vote unanimous. Councilman Olson made a motion to go into executive session for 25 minutes from 8:05 until 8:30 p.m. Councilman Hendrickson seconded the motion, vote unanimous.