The City of Hutto Municipal Court Department and Hutto Police Department conducted a Warrant Round-Up during the month of September. The program is designed to help provide awareness of resolution methods offered by the Court, and to encourage people to resolve their case or cases prior to arrest. 

Beginning September 1, the Warrant Round-Up affected individuals with traffic, parking, city ordinance and penal code violations. Violators were given the option to resolve fines in several ways, including in person, by mail and online, which then dismissed the warrant or warrants. If the fines were not paid, offenders could be arrested at home, work or in school with no further warning.

Focusing on outstanding Class C misdemeanor warrants, the Hutto Police Department cleared 60 warrants in September including both current and backlogged warrants.

Defendants who still have outstanding warrants may resolve their cases in the following 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

To find out if you have an outstanding warrant, visit