Jan 10, 2018 Black sign with white lettering that says

City of Hutto offices closed for Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.

All City of Hutto offices will be closed Monday, Jan. 15, 2018 in observance of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, including City Hall, the Municipal Court, Utility Billing, Development Service, and Public Works.
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Jan 05, 2018 Water pouring from concrete spouts into a reservoir.

City of Hutto Moves to Correct Waste Water Fund Imbalance

The City of Hutto took another step Thurs. night to balance the Utility Fund, which has been funding a new wastewater treatment plant since 2014 without effective revenue measures to cover the debt payments.

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Dec 14, 2017 Image of house at 100 Pecan Street, a white one-story house with green trim.

Police find drugs, explosives, guns inside Hutto home

Hutto police seized guns, drugs, explosives and more while serving a search warrant Thursday morning. Police said they worked with the Williamson County Sheriff's Office on an investigation that led to the home on Pecan Street.
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Dec 08, 2017 11 people holding shovels and standing behind a light brown berm. In the background is a yellow bulldozer.

WilCo and Hutto break ground on extension of CR119

Williamson County and Hutto officials celebrated the groundbreaking for the extension of CR 119/Ed Schmidt Boulevard from Limmer Loop to Chandler Road in Hutto, Texas, today.
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Congratulations to Hutto Fire Rescue

On Tuesday, November 21, 2017 Hutto Fire Rescue / Williamson County Emergency Services (Hutto Fire Rescue) received the award 2017 Texas EMS First Responder of the Year from the Texas Department of State Health Services EMS & Trauma Systems.
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Nov 21, 2017 Apply to serve on a City of Hutto Boards and Comission.

Hutto Seeking Residents to Serve on City Boards & Commissions

The City Council is seeking engaged residents who want to be actively involved in their community and help support and accomplish the city’s vision. Board and commission members are a critical part of local government and shape the future direction of Hutto. You can make a difference in your community by volunteering to serve on one of the following boards or commissions:
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Nov 14, 2017 2b

Saul House Renovations Complete

The Saul House, one of the City of Hutto’s familiar camp and event spaces got a facelift recently. Built in 1975, the house is often used for Parks and Recreation Department summer camps and city training, as well as event rental.
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Hutto Breaks Ground on Co-Op District

Hutto City Council members, city staff and developers, and citizens alike come together Thursday to break ground on a new entertainment destination for Central Texas, the Co-Op District.

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Oct 19, 2017 Conference Room chairs in the Hutto EDC

Killough Calls for Formal Investigation into Hutto EDC A Operations

During the City Council meeting on Oct. 19, Councilmember Nate Killough called for a formal investigation into the past operations of the Hutto Economic Development Corporation A.
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Oct 16, 2017 Schneider Blvd Groundbreaking

Schneider Blvd. Groundbreaking Paves the Way for Growth

The City of Hutto and Titan Development  held an official groundbreaking for Schneider Blvd. on Tuesday, Oct. 17 at 10 a.m.
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Valero Pipeline/Terminal Pivots from Hutto to Taylor

Valero pipeline and terminal project pivots from Hutto to Taylor. Story by Community Impact, Iain Oldman.
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Oct 11, 2017 Signing of Water Assets Acquisition

City Finalizes Purchase of Water System

The Hutto City Council is pleased to announce the completion of the acquisition of the Heart of Texas water supply system. Photographed are City Manager, Odis Jones, Councilmember Valdez, Mayor Gaul, and Councilmember Rose.

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Sep 26, 2017 13th annual

Join us for the 13th Annual TOES!

This year marks the 13th annual Treats on East Street in Downtown Hutto! TOES provides a fun and safe trick-or-treating environment for children ages 12 and under on Halloween.
Businesses, service and church groups, volunteers, and City Departments come together to host games, activities, candy booths, costume contests and much more!

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Aug 27, 2017  The neighbors are filling the sand bags together to keep their neighborhoods dry and safe during Hurricane Harvey.

Hutto Responds to Harvey and Protects Citizens

The City of Hutto holds responsibility and safety as values that guide our operation in accordance with the public trust. “Our team is working 24/7 and worked throughout last night removing logs and debris out of floodways and drainage systems,” said Jones. “These efforts are really paying off. We have noticed down trees from the high winds and City employees are helping residents deal with that by creating safe zones for debris that we will remove after the storm passes,” continued Jones. 
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Aug 18, 2017 City of Hutto iconic image -- the landscape of Hutto could change with the addition of Valero's storage facility.

City and Valero Working to Evaluate Alternate Locations

The City of Hutto, the Hutto Economic Development Corporation, and representatives of Valero have agreed to evaluate alternate locations for a proposed refined product pipeline and terminal project in Williamson County.
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Aug 10, 2017 City of Hutto iconic image -- the landscape of Hutto could change with the addition of Valero's storage facility.

City Opposes Valero Pipeline and Storage Facility

On August 3, The City of Hutto met with representatives of Valero regarding their desire to house an oil pipeline and storage facility near the Hutto landfill. “The City of Hutto is opposed to this proposal and has voiced its opposition to the proposed project and requested Valero consider alternative sites outside of Hutto, its ETJ, and growth areas,” said Mayor Doug Gaul. 
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Aug 08, 2017 Conference Room chairs in the Hutto EDC

Changes in Hutto EDC

Hutto City Council sends a letter to the Citizens of Hutto regarding changes Hutto's Economic Development Corporation transition and future consideration of moving the .5% sales and use tax from the Type A economic development fund to the Type B economic development fund. The full letter is here.
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Jul 21, 2017 Nate_Killough - Copy

Killough Calls Community to Look to the Future

The Hutto City Council voted in a 5/2 vote to remove all current EDC Type A board members. The motion, brought by Councilmember Nate Killough and seconded by Councilmember Terri Grimm, “did not come lightly,” said Killough.
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