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Posted May 18, 2018

Did you hear Flix Brewhouse is the new entertainment anchor at the Co-Op District? Read more from Community Impact on this exciting addition to the City of Hutto. here.

Posted May 18, 2018

May is Preservation Month and This Place Matters is a national campaign that encourages people to celebrate the places that are meaningful to them and to their communities, and Preservation Month is the perfect time to share it with the world. here.

Posted May 15, 2018

May 13 begins National Police week, a week set aside to honor the sacrifice of police Officers and survivors. On this week, the City of Hutto reflects on a year of growth under the direction of its new Police Chief, Byron Frankland and Assistant Police Chief Paul Hall. here.

Posted May 14, 2018


The building was built in 1895, along with the other buildings on the 100 block of East Street in Hutto, Texas.
This particular space housed several business over the years, according to owner Kay Johnson.  here.

Posted May 11, 2018

On April 5, at the Texas Library Association conference in Dallas, the Hutto Public Library was recognized as one of the 48 recipients of 2018 Texas Book Festival Grants. The library was awarded $1500.  here.

Posted May 08, 2018


The City of Hutto utilizes a software to help manage Open Records Requests. This tool is accessible through the Hutto website. here.

Posted May 05, 2018

Unofficial voting results are in from all 27 precincts and not considered official until certified. here.

Posted May 03, 2018

Williamson County is currently ranked the 2nd healthiest County in Texas. The Williamson County and Cities Health District, in collaboration with local partners, is going into the community to find out which health issues are important to you.  Take the survey so Williamson County knows how to focus on your needs as they research and prioritize health issues in our communities. here.

Posted Apr 24, 2018

The city of Hutto is pleased to report several street and drainage improvement projects have
been completed with more scheduled for completion throughout 2018. New equipment
purchased by the City for a stand-alone Streets and Drainage department has contributed to
the ability of the City to repair streets rather than contracting the services out to other
companies. here.

Posted Apr 18, 2018

Are you curious to learn more about the amphitheater at the newest park in Hutto? Learn more in this story from KVUE's Christy Millweard. here.