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 800, the City of Jetmore has shown great resilience throughout the years as families and friends keep finding themselves coming back. The City of Jetmore a full service community offering amenities such as City Parks, a Golf Course at Cheyenne Hills, a City Lake, as well as electric, water, and sewer utilities. When it comes to grocery and dining, Jetmore has a local Food Center as well as three family-owned restaurants. We are located just 25 minutes north of Dodge City and 45 minutes east of Garden City, making shopping convenient.

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. We welcome you to stop in, take some time to talk, and experience all  that Jetmore has to offer. We may be small in size, but we think you will be surprised with how much we have to offer!

Assistant City Clerk

The City of Jetmore is accepting applications for a full-time Assistant City Clerk. Primary duties will include utility billing, customer service, and code enforcement, with other duties as assigned by the City Administrator or City Clerk. A high school diploma or GED and 1-3 years in office experience is preferred. Must work well with the public and have proficiency in Microsoft Office. A full job description and application are available at the city office: 109 E. Bramley St.

Salary is dependent upon experience. Applications will be accepted until position is filled.

The City of Jetmore is an equal opportunity employer.

2020 Consumer Confidence Report

The City of Jetmore 2019 Consumer Confidence Report for Water Quality is available to be viewed at the Kansas Rural Water Association (KRWA) website or by clicking here. Hard copies of the report are available at the City Office for anyone who wishes to have one. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the city office.

Delinquent Utility Bills

The governor’s order preventing utilities from disconnecting customers for non-payment has expired. That does NOT mean that the city will rush to disconnect those persons who have fallen behind during the last few months. Instead, we will be reaching out to discuss payment of the outstanding utility bills. The list is quite small, but for those on the list, we will be working with you to get caught up as quickly as possible. If you know you are on the list, we would be grateful if you would contact us as soon as you are able to help us figure out fair and equitable terms.

Thank you for your cooperation!