On 11/8/2019 at approximately 11:19 p.m., detectives of the Hutto Police Department Street Crimes Unit, the Pflugerville Police Department Community Response Team and Pflugerville Police Department K-9 Unit executed a search warrant of the residence of Logan Langford and Jacob Benedix in the 200 block of Carol Drive in Hutto. Upon completion of the search warrant and joint narcotics investigation, four arrests were made. here.
The City of Hutto has agreed to reconcile the contract dispute with Wolverine Interests following City Council approval of an agreement with Wolverine to purchase market data, architectural design materials in its possession, and act as a consultant to the City to assist in its efforts to develop the property for Perfect Game. here.
The City of Hutto released an updated economic impact analysis that estimates the net economic impact of Project Expansion to Hutto is expected to be more than $271 million in incremental future tax revenue over 30 years.here.
The City of Hutto has broken ground on Phase 1 of the Old Town Road Improvement Projects approved by voters in November 2018 with the reconstruction of Live Oak and Taylor streets and improvements to FM 1660 North.here.
Perfect Game and the City of Hutto received the top “All-In Award” from YTEXAS, a business award for companies relocating, expanding and growing in Texas, at the annual awards dinner on Friday, Sept. 27 in Dallas.here.
On August 17, 2019, as thousands descended on the City of Hutto for the annual 2-Day KOKEFEST Country Concert, Detective Catherine Parker and Office Abel Valles were assigned to traffic control at the intersection of S FM 1660 and CR 137. One vehicle would prove to need far more than just directions. here.
Animal Control Officers Jackie Corbiere and Wayne Cunningham are no strangers to residents around the City of Hutto. Whether it’s fishing a small kitten out of a storm sewer in the middle of the night, or borrowing a kayak to fish a small dog from Brushy Creek, or reassuring an owner after a pet escapes, these “pawsome” Hutto employees are always ready to go above and beyond for both the human and animal residents of the City. here.