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.
The city park playground as of today has been reopened. Per the Hodgeman County Health Department and Dr. Kristie, we will be placing signs with the following information. If you feel safe to do so, please have the kiddos once again enjoy our park swings and play structures. Thanks very much for your cooperation and patience during these difficult and complicated times.
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.
In an abundance of public caution, and
following the example and recommendations of the County, the City of Jetmore is
taking proactive steps to combat and limit the spread of the coronavirus
Effective 3/20/2020, we ask that you refrain
from entering the following public facilities unless absolutely necessary:
City Hall – 109 E. Bramley St.
City Shop – 900 Bowlus St.
Instead, please conduct all business/make
payments with the city by phone, online, or through the dropbox when possible.
No City parks are being closed at this time.
Both may be re-evaluated if any positive
COVID-19 cases are reported in Hodgeman County, however.
The Jetmore City Council meeting will proceed
as planned. More specific information will be released at a later time.