Webster City is a beautiful city located along the Boone River in North Central Iowa. Webster City is the county seat of Hamilton County.
Located 10 miles from I-35, Webster City offers many aspects of small town life with the conveniences of larger towns. Webster City offers many quality parks, a city campground, a bicycle & walking trail, indoor and outdoor swimming pools, many fine churches, the Kendall Young Library, as well as a High School and Middle School, two public elementary schools and a parochial elementary school, and the Iowa Central Community College Campus.
The City of Webster City is currently accepting applications for vacancies on the following Boards and Commissions:
Park and Recreation Advisory Commission
Zoning Board of Adjustment
City Planning and Zoning Commission (2 vacancies)
Wilson Brewer Historic Park Committee (2 vacancies)
Traffic Study Committee
Senior Citizens Advisory Board
Airport Zoning Board of Adjustment
This application process is in an effort to ensure diversity and representation of our community. Applicants must be current residents of Webster City. Applications are due no later than 5:00 p.m. on Friday, May 11, 2016.
Applications are available at City Hall, 400 Second Street or on the City Website www.webstercity.com under the Info and Resources Tab then Boards, Commissions Application and need to be turned in to the City Clerk’s Office. If you have any questions, please contact the City Clerk’s Office at 832-9141 or City Manager’s Office at 832-9151 for more information.
LED bulbs are being sold in the Utility Office to any residential or small commercial electric customer of the City of Webster City. These bulbs range from 40W - 100W equivalent and are priced from .50 - 4.00. Lighting rebates are included in the price with no paperwork needed. We are limiting each electric account to a maximum quantity of 20 bulbs per year.
If you choose to purchase CFL or LED bulbs elsewhere we will offer a 50% rebate up to $2.00 per bulb with your submission of a Lighting Rebate form and itemized receipt. The rebate form is available online as well as in the Utility Office.
We now have our different Utility rebate applications available online. On the left hand side of the home page you will find the Rebate Forms Button. Click on the Rebate Forms button and you will be taken to the page where you may select which rebate you wish to apply for. Simply click on the link of the rebate you wish and it will open in Adobe Reader. Once it is open in Adobe Reader you can type in the required information. Once you have the rebate completed simply print it and bring to the Utility counter at City Hall where they will help you finish if need be.