Task Forces
City of Hutto Communications/Technology Task Force
Purpose
The purpose of the Communication/Technology Task Force is to conduct research on methods to improve the City’s communications efforts and to make recommendations to the City Council and staff that could help improve the communication offered by the City of Hutto.
Scope
The seven-member Task Force will serve in an advisory capacity to the City Council and City staff in the areas of Communications and Technology as it relates to delivering information. The Task Force will be responsible for discovering the needs of the community to determine what forms of communication and technology are the most desired and most effective. The objective of the Communication/Technology Task Force is to advise the City Council of ways to improve all avenues of communication through research and review existing techniques and consider improvements and utilize new technologies where necessary.
Summary
Members of the Task Force must be residents of the City of Hutto and/or the Extraterritorial Jurisdiction (ETJ). Qualified applicants will be selected by the City Council for a one-year term and will serve in an advisory capacity only. Members will meet once per month and will prepare an agenda and document the meetings with official minutes. The Task Force will be responsible for reaching out to the community to determine what forms of communication and technology are the most desired and most effective in improving communication. The Task Force will ultimately be responsible for presenting their recommendations to the City for making the City’s communication efforts more effective.
Application Process
Anyone living or working in the City of Hutto, and its ETJ, is eligible to apply for the Task Force. Simply download and complete the application. You may email the completed application to the Communications team, or bring it to City Hall , 500 W. Live Oak Street in person. Council members will appoint all positions at a designated Council meeting and terms will begin in February.

Members Term Expiration
Timothy Martin February 6, 2022
Jerica Lawyer February 6, 2022
 Laurie Pruser Stockman  February 6, 2022
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City of Hutto ADA/EIR Task Force
Purpose
The purpose of the Americans with Disability Act/Electronic and Information Resources (EIR) task force is to improve accessibility to the documents and processes of city governance for people with physical, cognitive and learning disabilities
Scope                          
The seven-member Task Force will serve in an advisory capacity to the City Council and City staff in the areas of physical and electronic accessibility. This will begin with research and gap analysis. The group will then develop proposed guidance and techniques to make web content, content authoring, and user agent implementation accessible and more usable by people with cognitive and learning disabilities, as well as insure the physical processes are accessible by residents protected by the Americans with Disabilities Act. It will also review existing techniques and consider ways to improve them, and recommend building new techniques where necessary.
Summary
Members of the Task Force must be residents of the City of Hutto and/or the Extraterritorial jurisdiction (ETJ). Qualified applicants will be selected by the City Council for a one-year term and will serve in an advisory capacity only. Members will meet once per month and will prepare an agenda and document the meetings with official minutes. The Task Force will be responsible for reaching out to the community to determine what accommodations and techniques will be best suited for increasing accessibility to the documents and processes of governance to those residents with physical, cognitive or learning disabilities. The Task Force will ultimately be responsible for presenting their recommendations to the City for making the City’s accessibility efforts more effective.
Application Process
Anyone living or working in the City of Hutto, and its ETJ, is eligible to apply for the Task Force. Simply download and complete the application here. You may email the completed application to the Communications team, or bring it to City Hall at 500 W. Live Oak Street in person. Council members will appoint all positions at a designated Council meeting and terms will begin in February.

Members Term Expiration
Laurie Pruser Stockman February 6, 2022
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