Here are some of the Christmas lights of Webb City; most pictures were shot in 2014. The displays shown here are fairly perennial so they'll probably be up in 2015 as well.
Webb City's 144 acre King Jack Park
becomes a huge drive-through attraction in the Christmas season with many animated light displays.
The metal walking bridge in the park is decked out in lights, as are surrounding trees. From the Webb City website: "At one time the Georgia City Bridge was the oldest extant all-metal vehicular bridge in the state of Missouri. Built in 1871, it is a one span, bowstring arch truss bridge."
There is no music synced to this, but the deeply saturated colors against all that space just don't need it.
This residence is at the NW corner of the park.
The Webb City high school mascot is a cardinal, as seen in this flock of samethat has been in place downtown for at least the last five Christmas seasons. Webb City uses wreaths with electric candles downtown on its lamp posts and alternates the colors of red and green.
While not strictly speaking a Christmas attraction, the Route 66 Movie Theatre is often decked out for the holiday and shows Christmas movies.
The Burpo chiropractic office at 26 South Main tends to feature skeletons in the window display dressed for various holidays. Christmas is no exception.
Mrs. Claus is not left out.
Barely in Webb City and just across from the SW corner of the Joplin airport are two homes with novel decorations. This one at 25 Colonial Drive outlines its architecture, uses dripping lights in vertical windows and a Gemmy Industries life-size Santa.
Just north of the above home on S Colonial Drive, their neighbors place shooting stars in the trees which are visible from a distance to the west on hwy 171.
The most elaborately decorated Webb City homes I found in 2014 is this one at 329 S. Oronogo on the NE corner of W. 4th and S. Oronogo. They've used this style for several years and sometimes their immediate neighbors decorate as well.
In recent years Webb City has run a restored street car on track within King Jack Park as their "Polar Bear Express." In 2014 a restored trolley (on tires) seemed to serve this function. See more of the #60 street car here