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Demographics

WEBB CITY Population Statistics

11,165 (2015 Census Update)

Jasper County Population

116,398 (2015 Census Update)

​Retail Trade Area (RTA) Population - 2015 Estimates

5 Mile Radius 68,205

10 Mile Radius 94,769

15 Mile Radius 102,050

Joplin MSA 177,211

RTA Race Distribution

Caucasion 93,518

Black 2,693

Indian 1,365

Asian 884

Islander 205

Other 1,241

Two or more 3,340

RTA Veteran Population

Webb City 886

5 Mile Radius 4,884

10 Mile Radius 6,646

15 Mile Radius 7,153

Joplin MSA 12,892

Age Distribution - 2015 Estimates

Webb City Median Age….............32.4

Webb City Average Age…............36.1

5 Mile Radius Average Median Age…............36.2

10 Mile Radius Average Median Age…............36.0

15 Mile Radius Average Median Age….............38.5

Joplin MSA…............37.5

Webb City Age Distribution

9 years & younger…............1,920

10 - 19…............1,675

20 - 24…............865

25 - 34…............1,645

35 - 44…............1,391

45 - 54…............1,351

55 - 64…............1,043

65 & older…............1,275

RTA Age Distribution

9 years & younger…............16,177

10 - 19…............13,512

20 - 24…............8,129

25 - 34…............14,386

35 - 44…............12,190

45 - 54…............12,841

55 - 64…............10,817

65 & older…............13,998

Income - 2015 Estimates

Webb City Median Household $37,854

5 Mile Radius Average Median Household 46,472

10 Mile Radius Average Median Household 43,450

15 Mile Radius Average Median Household 44,180

Joplin MSA Average Median Household 41,927

​Webb City Sales Tax Revenue

2016…............$4,214,198

2015…............$4,591,521

2014…............$4,314,183

2013…............$4,243,762

2012…............$4,844,625

RTA Sales Tax Revenue

2015…............$51,749,435

2014…............$47,775,478

2013…............$47,468,494

2012…............$49,744,333

​Educational Attainment - 2015 Estimates

High School Graduate or Higher Bachelor’s Degree or Higher

Webb City 86.1% 15.8%

5 Mile Radius (average %) 86.1% 20.0%

10 Mile Radius 84.9% 20.6%

15 Mile Radius 85.0% 20.3%

Joplin MSA 85.4% 19.9%

Economic Development

• Ideally located for those with transportation needs.

• More than 1000 acres of prime commercial real estate, available for development is located along the U.S. 171 and South Madison/Range Line corridors.

• Highway 249 interchange access with East/West highway access by Interstate 44 and Highway 171 giving a Webb City manufacturer/entrepreneur easy transportation
access in all directions.

• Immediately to the west sits the Joplin Airport.

• Webb City boasts a well-trained workforce with a solid work ethic that has been praised by those who have invested in the city.

• Reasonable utility rates are a plus for large and small operations.

• Pro-business city government.

The Chamber and the City’s Economic & Community Development Office work hand in hand to assist business owners and those who wish to establish businesses in Webb City. Whether it is a small venture or large manufacturer the city and chamber are ready to assist.

Joplin Regional Partnership
Webb City is a member of this 7 county partnership that markets the region for the purpose of business attraction. They identify and help companies evaluating locations for relocation or expansion. The JRP provides site selection assistance, tax and business incentive information, connections to important contacts for the region, business data and access to helpful resources for workforce recruitment and training. For more information, www.joplinregionalpartnership.com or 417-624-4150

Contact:

Carl Francis, City Administrator at 417-673-4651, cfrancis@webbcity.org

Or Erin Turner, Economic & Community Coordinator at 417-673-1154, eturner@webbcity.org

Centennial Park - Webb City’s 300 acre Commercial Park

Prime destination located in the center of America and Missouri’s fourth largest metropolitan area.

Perfect destination for retail and commercial development

Pro-business city government with attractive incentive packages

Dynamic enterprise zone with a qualified workforce

Low and Reasonable tax and utility rates for small and large enterprises

Outstanding school system with citizens full of civic pride

Rich and unique community with a nationally recognized historic district

We are known by the companies we keep & attract:

Est.

Webb Corporation 1881

BEI (Bill’s Electric, Inc.) 1945

Cardinal Scale 1950

Tateho Ozark Technical Ceramics 1986


Major Employers

Webb City R-VII School District, Education

BEI, Inc., Electrical Contractor

Cardinal Scale Mfg. Co., Industrial Scales

Wal-Mart Store, Retail

Webb City Health and Rehabilitation, Long and Short Term Care Facility

City of Webb City, Government

White Flyer, Division of Reagent Chemical, Clay Pigeons

Easy Living, Assisted Living

Tamko Engineering (Tamko Roofing), Roofing products

Atwoods, Retail

Missouri Metal Recycling, Recycling

Bemis, Packaging

Don’s Cold Storage, Cold and Freezer storage facility

C & M Machining, LLC, Machine shop

New businesses, Relocations &/or Expansions 2015 to present…

24 Elite Gym

Route 66 Bar & Restaurant

ACJ International, LLC

Angel Cakes

AT & T Authorized Dealer

Burger King

Burgess Insurance & Financial Services

CheeZies Pizza

Dollar Tree

Don’s Cold Storage & Transportation, LLC

Embassy Embroidery

Freeman Health System

Gifts from Lane 184

Hagler Auto Spa

Hickam State Farm Insurance & Financial

JE Auto Sales

Little Bit Vintage

Lynne’s Artsy Bakery

New Macaroo Gyms, LLC

Orient Express

SOAR Trampoline Park

Wig N Out

Home and Business Growth

Webb City’s business friendly climate has resulted in new businesses locating in the city. New home growth and an expanding school system demonstrate the confidence in the city. A fast growing community with an outstanding school system and high civic pride, Webb City is a prime destination for those who want to establish a new enterprise in a city of outstanding potential. Taxes are extremely low to encourage entrepreneurs to make Webb City their business home. Manufacturers will enjoy the advantages of a dynamic enterprise zone as well as state incentives for providing jobs and investment.

Webb City Department Staff Contacts:

Lynn Ragsdale, Mayor

Carl Francis, City Administrator

Don Melton, Police Chief

Andrew Roughton, Fire Chief

Erin Turner, Economic & Community Development Coordinator

*Data sources: uscensus.gov; Missouri Department of Revenue; City of Webb City; suburbanstats.org, Joplin Market Assessment by Retail Attractions LLC

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