Courtland has always been a town that comes together to support each others projects. The pool continues to be the crown jewel of the City of Courtland in the summers, and our citizens continue to volunteer their time and money to improve our parks and recreation areas.
Neely Kohmetscher was elected mayor in 2019, replacing Tim Garman who served as mayor for 32 years prior. Ruthie Sederlin has worked as the assistant city clerk since 1982, and Mariah Sis serves as the head of Maintenance and as the City Clerk. The current city council members are Mark Russell, Jake Engelbert, Tim Garman, Todd Allen and Thane Loring. We thank all of you for your service.
The Swedish-American State Bank encourages all of our employees to be an active part in their communities, and I couldn’t be more proud of the job Neely is doing as mayor. As an employee of the bank she has expresses her appreciation that the bank encourages our employees to take time to serve on boards, coach athletics, or help out in any way with projects that support our community.
A big Courtland salute to the City of Courtland, which continues to live up to the dreams of its founders today. Our main street is full with thriving locally owned businesses, and when you drive around the town you know our residents take pride in living in Courtland Kansas, America’s Favorite Hometown.
Welcome Home to the Swedish-American State Bank, member FDIC, Equal Housing Lender.