Hutto, TX – The City of Hutto Municipal Court Department and Hutto Police Department announce a Warrant Round-Up. The program is to help provide awareness encouraging people to resolve their case or cases before they are arrested.

 The Warrants Round-Up targets individuals with traffic, parking, city ordinance and penal code violations. The Hutto Police Department will be focusing on violators with outstanding Class C misdemeanor warrants. Hutto residents with outstanding city citations are requested to appear in person or pay the Hutto Municipal Court to avoid being placed under arrest. These arrests can take place at home, work or school during the Warrant Round-Up. Violators who are arrested will be taken to the Williamson County Jail where full payment will be due. If fines are not paid, violators may face jail time.

Outstanding warrants can be resolved three ways:

  1. Fines may be paid in person (cash, money order, Visa, or MasterCard) at the Hutto Municipal Court, between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m., Monday through Friday at 401 W. Front Street, Hutto.
  2. Fines may be mailed to the Municipal Court: 401 W. Front Street, Hutto, TX 78634. The court accepts money orders payable to the City of Hutto and the fine must be paid in full with the defendant’s name notated on the money order.
  3. Fines may be paid in full by credit card online at

Once the Warrant Round-Up period begins in September, law enforcement officials will aggressively target defendants on the warrant list. To find out if you have an outstanding warrant, visit