Walls are going up and dirt is flying as the construction of AEND Industries, Inc., a high-end performance, recreational polyurethane wheel manufacturing company, progresses. AEND announced in July 2018, that is moving its headquarters from Huntington Beach, CA to Hutto.here.
Join Mayor Doug Gaul for a short wrap-up of the July 3 City Council meeting. here.
The City of Hutto is excited to host its 2nd Annual 4th of July Celebration! Bring the family for live music, food trucks, kids’ activities and FIREWORKS! This FREE, family event is set up to improve the quality of life for Hutto residents and visitors to our great City and provide a safe, fun festivity for our nation’s birthday! here.
Join Mayor Doug Gaul for a recap of the June 20 City Council meeting. here.
Hutto successfully lobbied the legislature to get the State’s 6 percent Hotel Occupancy (HOT) tax and the State’s 6.25 percent sales tax to apply to the construction cost of the City of Hutto’s first convention center and convention hotel to be constructed as part of the mixed use project that will be anchored by Perfect Game. here.
Join Mayor Doug Gaul for a one-minute video with the highlights of the May 30 City Council meeting!here.
The Hutto Public Library kicked off the 2019 Summer Reading Program with a star-studded party on Friday, May 31. The program’s theme, “A Universe of Stories,” coincides with the 50th anniversary of the moon landing and features fantastic stories for readers of all levels. here.
Take a minute with Mayor Doug Gaul to catch up on the May 16 City Council wrap-up. here.
The City Council and City staff welcomed residents and friends of the City to the new Hutto City Hall during the official grand opening ceremony. The new City Hall and Public Library has 11,287 square feet of public space. There is the Hutto Public Library, its meeting and study rooms, the generous patios, foyer, lobby, Council Chambers and Mezzanine. The Council Chambers has capacity for 200. The former council chambers could seat 40.
Here’s a quick run-down on the top happenings from the May 2 City Council meeting.
May is Preservation Monthhere.