Currently Accepting Applications
Hutto Police Department has recently expanded the hiring process to include non-certified civilians for the position of police cadet.
The Hutto Police Department selects only
high-quality individuals to become Hutto Police Officers. By being
selective, we continue to build a high-quality department for the
citizens of Hutto. Hutto is among the
fastest growing cities in the state of Texas. That means our police
department is growing rapidly as well, which offers excellent career
opportunities for new officers.
Grow your career in one of the fastest growing cities in Texas
• Rapid Career Advancement
• Top-of-the-line Equipment & Technology
City matching 2 to 1 retirement plan
Take home patrol car
Paid Life Time membership to the 100 Club of Central Texas
Issued uniforms and duty gear
The City of Hutto, located in Williamson County, is a family-oriented, and quickly growing community in the north east portion of the Austin Metro area. It is located at the intersection of the SH 130 and US 79 which provides convenient access to the Austin area via the toll road system. The city is bordered by Round Rock to the west, Taylor to the east, Pflugerville to the south, and Georgetown to the north. The current population estimate is 23,900 people. The population of Hutto in the year 2000 was 1,677. There are no signs that this explosive growth will come to an end any time soon. The city is poised to accommodate growth, in a responsible manner, for the foreseeable future.
The Hutto Police Department is a professional organization of 36 sworn officers who are committed to community policing with a focus on keeping our residents safe. The core values of the department are Service, Accountability, Fairness, and Ethics.
Hutto is a great area to raise a family
Hutto currently has 5 elementary schools, 2 middle schools, 1 high school, and is home to the Eastern Williamson County Higher Education Center (EWCHEC) that offers classes from Temple College and Texas State Technical College. There are also additional higher education opportunities just minutes from the City of Hutto to include South Western University (Georgetown), Texas A&M Health Science Center (Round Rock), Austin Community College (Round Rock), and Texas State University (Round Rock).
There are 5 hospitals just minutes from Hutto to include St. David's Georgetown Hospital, St. David's Round Rock Medical Center, Scott & White Hospital Round Rock, Scott & White Hospital Taylor, and Seton Medical Center Williamson in Round Rock.
Hutto offers a small town feel with big city resources. There are several community events throughout the year that allow us to maintain that tight community bond such as Hutto Old Tyme Days, Movies in the Park, Treats on East Street, Hutto Farmer's Market, and Hutto Old Town Christmas just to name a few. The City of Hutto also has 5 city parks and a hike and trail with an active Parks and Recreation Department that hosts various activities throughout the year. Hutto is the perfect location for people of many different interest. Sitting just minutes from Austin's downtown nightlife, or minutes from the two lakes located here in Williamson County that offer boating, swimming, camping, hiking and biking. Hutto has something to offer everyone.