Welcome to Webster County Missouri

Webster County, MissouriWe are proud to serve the citizens of Webster County. Our staff and elected office holders want the more than 36,000 county residents to be satisfied customers, so we strive to provide prompt, courteous, and quality service. We are dedicated to providing the most efficient and effective application of public funds to better serve our community.

Your county government offices handle law enforcement; death investigation; criminal prosecution; emergency management; road and bridge maintenance; business, marriage, liquor, ATV, and auctioneer licenses; land, school, and military discharge records; court-appointed public guardianship; notary commissions; and voter registration and election administration.

Latest News

Route 60 Safety Study, Round 3

Webster County – Webster County will hold a third round of public meetings in late October and early November to share information as work progresses on a study of Route 60 Corridor Improvements. The County received excellent feedback from surveys and information gathered from area residents at the first two rounds of public meetings held […]

Surplus Property for Sale

 ADVERTISEMENT FOR SEALED BID FOR SURPLUS PROPERTY Webster County will be accepting sealed bids for the following: Used Window Air Conditioning Units & Propane Heaters Said material is to be sold “as is, where is”, and can be viewed by appointment only. Those interested in inspecting the material should contact the Dale Hartwell, maintenance supervisor […]

Final Round of Hwy 60 Public Meetings

Webster County will be holding the third and final round of Public  Meetings during the months of October and November. At this meeting, the public will be informed of the progress on the US & Railroad Corridor Safety Study. This meeting will include information about the Preferred Improvements throughout the corridor (Corridor Master Plan), Conceptual […]

Help us know what matters most to you?

Webster County is reviewing its Natural Hazard Mitigation Plan and needs your input. Mitigation is effort to reduce loss of life and property by lessening the impact of disasters. Webster county and participating local jurisdictions are working to update the Multi-Jurisdictional Hazard Mitigation Plan – required by federal law to be updated every 5 years […]