Hubbard is located off of Highway 65 & 175. We are 14 miles from Interstate 35 and 15 miles from Highway 20. Hubbard offers small-town living with big city access.
Hubbard's unique dual water towers located behind the building housing City Hall and Library. The locals joke of having the only hot and cold running water towers in the county. The City built a new water tower in 2011 at a new location. The new water tower replaced the two behind the building City Hall; the two water towers were removed following the switch-over to the new tower. The Public Library was also moved to their new building in 2011.
There is always plenty to do in Hubbard. The list of annual events includes Hubbard Heritage Days, Chamber of Commerce Christmas Open Houses, Community-wide garage sales the first weekend of June, the Avenue of Flags on Memorial Day, the Easter Egg Hunt and Santa Claus. The library is located on Maple Street in their new building and is opened Monday through Saturday. Story Hour is held each Monday for younger children. Hubbard has numerous clubs and organizations for all ages to participate in. They include: Chamber of Commerce, American Legion Post #4, American Legion Auxiliary, Y.A.H. Club, Helping Hands, Rebel Spirit, Sisters in Service Sorority, Hubbard Volunteer Fire Dept., Hubbard Ambulance and EMT's, 4-H Clubs, Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, and numerous neighborhood, social and bridge clubs.
Hubbard offers a wide variety of businesses that include a Health Care Clinic, Bank, Grocery Store, Variety Store, Flower/Gift Shop, Auto & Motorcycle Dealerships, Care Center, Real Estate & Auction Company, Vet Clinic, Newspaper, Convenience Store, Lumberyard, Electrical Plumbing Services, Legal Service, Insurance & Financial Services, Beauty Shops, Tavern, Funeral Home and numerous other retail and ag service businesses.