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

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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 […]

Second Round, Route 60 Corridor Study Public Meetings

Seymour Area Residents Invited to Review Feedback on Route 60 Safety Study at Second Round of Public Meetings   Webster County – Webster County will hold a second round of public meetings in mid-July and early August to share information and receive additional feedback from residents as work progresses on a study of Route 60 […]

Official Results

Results for the April 2 Election for Webster County are now final/official!  To see a report – with results from other counties for multi-county races – click here.

Construction underway

On Wednesday, December 6, 2017, the Webster County Commission, Sheriff Roye Cole, and many other County and local representatives were present for an official ground breaking ceremony for the new Webster County Justice Center. Phase One includes a much-needed new Jail, along with a Sheriff’s Office and one Courtroom for criminal proceedings. Eventually, Phase Two envisions more […]