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.

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Help Wanted

Court office has an opening for a full-time Court Clerk to perform a variety of clerical duties relating to the processing of family law or criminal cases.  Accounting, computer and “people” skills a must. Qualifications: Two to three years of general clerical experience (depending on level hired), and graduation from high school.  One year of […]

Governor Parson releases “Show-Me Strong Recovery Plan”

On Monday, April 27th, Governor Mike Parson issued the “Show-Me Strong Recovery Plan” for the strategic ‘re-opening’ of the State from earlier ‘stay at home’ Orders issued to combat the COVID-19 (coronavirus) outbreak.  Beginning on Monday, May 4th, all businesses, religious and social organizations may – at their discretion – reopen.  However, some common sense […]

Governor Parson makes ‘Stay at Home’ effective statewide

As you may well know, Governor Mike Parson has issued a statewide ‘stay at home’ Order, which will become effective at 12:01am on Monday, April 6, 2020. With a few exceptions, this act merely extends measures already in effect in Webster County to other counties which had yet to enact similar Orders. Among the exceptions […]

Webster County issues Stay at Home Order

The Webster County Commission, in a special meeting on Wednesday afternoon, adopted Order #2020-03 requesting residents in unincorporated areas to “Stay At Home”.  The Order is effective 12:01am on March 26, 2020 and ends on April 24, 2020 (unless extended or terminated). The Order is similar to Orders adopted during the last twenty-four hours in […]

COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Notice to the Citizens of Webster County