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Posted Mar 05, 2019

The City of Hutto and the Hutto Community Development Corporation have announced today the commitment of a $200,000 Loan Fund to support business development. here.

Posted Feb 22, 2019

Here’s a quick run-down on the top happenings from the February 21 City Council meeting-

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Posted Feb 21, 2019

The City of Hutto and Titan Development are pleased to announce the groundbreaking for BryComm, LLC headquarters at Innovation Business Park. This move represents the ongoing commitment by city leaders and business entities to foster the growth of the city. here.

Posted Feb 21, 2019

After announcing Southside Market, the oldest, continuously operating barbeque establishment in the United States, as its first restaurant tenant in 2018, the Co-Op District now welcomes iconic Top Notch Burgers, a regular on Austin’s “Best of” lists, to Hutto. here.

Posted Feb 08, 2019

Here’s a quick run-down on the top happenings from the February 7 City Council meeting- here.

Posted Feb 04, 2019

The City of Hutto is soliciting items to put in a time capsule that will be buried at the new City Hall and be unearthed 50 years later. Hutto residents and businesses are encouraged to consider submitting one or two items to be considered for inclusion in the time capsule. here.

Posted Feb 01, 2019

During a ceremony on Jan. 31, the Hutto Police Department welcomed three new sworn officers, recognized one for professional expertise and recognized two others for going above and beyond to support the new Hutto Police Explorers group. here.

Posted Feb 01, 2019

The Hutto City Manager announced today that Helen Ramirez, Hutto Assistant City Manager and long-time member of the executive team, has accepted a new leadership position in Brownsville, a municipality with a population of more than 180,000. here.

Posted Jan 31, 2019

During a ceremony on Jan. 31, the Hutto Police Department promoted Ofc. Mary Clements to sergeant. As Hutto’s first female sergeant, Clements’ promotion is a testament to the diversity and growth of the department.

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Posted Jan 29, 2019

UPDATE: The City of Hutto was named the second-safest city in Texas by the home security system review website, The Home Security Advisor. The website looked at the 2017 FBI crime statistics, combined violent and property crimes, then divided by the number of residents. here.