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1060 N. Madison, Webb City, Missouri
Street, Storm water, Electrical, Water, Inspections & Building, Occupancy and Sign Permit information can be found at this location.
The Public Works Department provides a wide array of services that make life safe and comfortable for the residents and businesses of Webb City. These services include water distribution, wastewater removal and treatment, street and alley construction and maintenance, snow removal, and storm water management. The Code Enforcement division issues permits, conducts building and construction inspections, and ensures the safety of our community through the enforcement of the Municipal Code. In addition, the department supervises and maintains the city cemeteries.
The City’s water, wastewater and stormwater programs are operated under National Pollutant Discharge Elimination Systems (NPDES) permits granted by the Missouri Department of Natural Resources. Click here to see the Consumer Confidence Report/Water Quality Report. A paper copy can be obtained by calling the Public Works office at 417-673-6297.
Webb City Public Works Department
1060 N. Madison
Webb City MO 64870
Water is our most precious resource. Life in the Ozarks is defined by an abundance of clear flowing springs, streams and rivers. You could say that water is an asset to be prized.
How Stormwater Impacts Water Quality
When rain falls on land and impervious areas, such as construction sites, paved streets, parking lots and rooftops, it transports sediments, oil, grease, chemicals, litter and other pollutants into our streams. Left unmanaged, most pollutants are washed into the storm sewer system and into public waterways during small and frequent rain events.
What might surprise you is knowing that not one drop of rain or snowmelt makes it to our waste water treatment plant. Unlike the water you use in your home which is treated and then safely released back into Center Creek, when Stormwater runs into the drains and inlets in town, it travels to Center Creek as is, taking whatever it runs into with it on its journey.
The only way to lessen this pollution is to reduce the amount of pollutants washed away by stormwater.
The City of Webb City is required to have and comply with a National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit for its stormwater drainage system, known as a Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4). This permit requires the City to administer a stormwater management program to address the potential for discharges to negatively impact area waterways.
There are 6 primary areas that Webb City is required to pay particular attention. They are…
1. Public Education: (Let’s tell our citizens of our water quality challenges.)
2. Public Participation and Involvement: (Let’s get our citizens involved in helping us solve the problem.)
3. Illicit Discharge Detection and Elimination: (Let’s find the source of any problems and eliminate those problems.)
4. Construction Site Runoff Controls: (Let’s make sure that as Webb City grows that we are protecting the area with safe, environmentally friendly building practices.)
5. Post-Construction Site Runoff Controls: (Let’s make sure that after the construction is complete that items implemented to protect the environment are still working.)
6. Pollution Prevention and Good Housekeeping: (Let’s make sure that all activities performed by our City crews are being done in a safe manner that protects the environment.)
So take a look around…
Please click on the links you see on this page to see how you can be a part of the solution to the problem of water pollution. We think you’ll find a lot of great information for you and your family about how Webb City plans to keep our area pollution free. We really mean it when we say, “We Love It Here!”
As Street & Water Utilities Director, Rick Roth oversees the construction and maintenance of approximately 72 miles of Webb City Streets. Many people think only of paving when it comes to street maintenance. However, actual maintenance of the streets includes sweeping, weed control, crack sealing, spot repairs, as well as asphalt overlays. During the winter months our crews work around the clock when necessary to clear snow and ice for those needing to drive during inclement weather. Budgetary and other resource constraints limit the number of miles of streets that can be addressed for major repairs in any given year. Typically, over the last two decades, most major street repairs have been subcontracted to large paving companies. However, the City is in the process of acquiring equipment and training that will permit our own crews to do much more and, therefore, more efficiently utilize precious tax payer dollars.
Eddie Kreighbaum is the Construction Superintendent for the City. He oversees all the construction ventures the City is in connection with, as well he is responsible for the Street Dept. employees and their work projects. Eddie served for years as the Building Inspector/Code Enforcement Officer, and still oversees that department. Eddie can be reached at email@example.com Becky Eckler is the Administrative Secretary for Public Works. Becky oversees Public Works offices and bills. Becky can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org. Tina Knight is our Permits Clerk for building permits; etc. Tina also serves as secretary for Planning and Zoning and Board of Adjustments. Tina can be reached at email@example.com.
Water Department contacts are: Tim Bailey firstname.lastname@example.org Charlie Brown email@example.com and Dennis Clifford firstname.lastname@example.org.
Eddie Kreighbaum is the Building Inspector/Street Superintendent. Eddie can be reached at 417-673-6297 ext. 353 or email@example.com. Russell Ball is the Code Enforcement Officer & handles StormWater Management duties, he can be reached at 417-673-6297 ext. 351 or firstname.lastname@example.org Tina Knight is the Permits Clerk for the City. She compiles the necessary paperwork for building permits and is secretary for the Planning and Zoning Board, as well as the Board of
Adjustments. Tina can be reached at 417-673-6297 ext. 352 or email@example.com.
Webb City maintains two cemeteries: Wild Rose and the Webb City Cemetery. The city employs a full-time crew to keep our cemeteries beautiful for a more pleasant visit. Below are the prices for cemetery lots:
Single lot price:
Current resident of Webb City $200.00
Non-resident of Webb City $250.00
Grave opening- Mon thru Fri 8:00 am to 3:00pm $300.00
After 3:00 pm and Weekends additional charge $400.00 plus $50.00 per hour
Single Marker $15.00 Double $30.00
For more information please call the Public Works office at: 417-673-6297
Permits and Inspections
To help keep homes and environments safe, the City of Webb City requires for various permits to be obtained. Examples of these include, but not limited to, Building, Historical Building, Sign, Occupancy, Roofing, Siding, Demolition and Electrical. Inspections are required by our building inspector and the requirements are available from the Public Works office. After completing permit paperwork at the Public Works building (1060 North Madison) payment can be made and your permit will be issued after review of the Building Official/Construction Superintendent. Permit applications can be emailed or faxed to Public Works: fax# 417-673-6294 or Tina Knight firstname.lastname@example.org. Please allow 48 hours for review.
Click here for your Permit Applications and Forms, which can be printed and turned in to the Public
Works Building at 1060 North Madison. We Accept most major credit cards.
Webb City, Missouri