Arrests Made In Aggravated Robbery CaseThree of the four aggravated robbery suspects were apprehended in Frio County with stolen property.
City Council Meeting Wrap for December 6
Here’s a quick run-down on the top happenings from the December 6 City Council meeting-
City of Hutto Police Officer Takes Top Title at the 2018 Battle of the Badges
City of Hutto Ranked in the Top 50 Safest Cities in TexasThe City of Hutto was named among the Top 50 Safest Cities in Texas this week by home security review website Safewise.
City Council Meeting Wrap for November 15Here’s a quick run-down on the top happenings from the November 15 City Council meeting-
Charity Volleyball Game to Support Orange Santa Heats UpThe losers in a charity volleyball game will have to pucker up as a penalty.
Bond Propositions Approved by Hutto VotersThe City of Hutto voters approved the three City of Hutto bond propositions on November 6.
City Council Meeting Wrap for November 1
Here’s a quick run-down on the top happenings from the November 1 City Council meeting-
ALERT: Use Caution on RoadsUse caution when traveling today. #1 rule is Turn Around, Don't Drown!
CITY COUNCIL MEETING WRAP FOR OCTOBER 4Here’s a quick run-down on the top happenings from the October 4 City Council meeting.
Hutto Concludes Warrant Round-UpThe City of Hutto Municipal Court Department and Hutto Police Department conducted a Warrant Round-Up during the month of September.
City of Hutto Hosts Austin Chamber of Commerce
City of Hutto leaders hosted members of the Austin Chamber of Commerce on September 21.
ALERT: City of Hutto Officials Lifts Boil Water NoticeThe precautionary boil water notice for the City of Hutto public water service has been lifted as of today, Tuesday, September 25.
City Council Meeting Wrap Sept. 20Here’s a quick run-down on the top happenings from the Sept. 20 City Council meeting.
Children's Book Signing on Oct. 6Join the Hutto Public Library and the Friends of the Hutto Public Library for a book signing by author Carolyn Dee Flores from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Oct. 6 at the Hutto Public Library.
Hutto Celebrates National Night Out on Oct. 2
The City of Hutto and the Hutto Police Department are joining together on Oct. 2, 2018 for the “35th Annual National Night Out” (NNO).
City Council Wrap-Up of Sept. 6 meetingHere’s a quick run-down on the top happenings from the Sept. 6 City Council meeting -
City of Hutto Proposed Budget is 24% Lower than 2017The City of Hutto will hold public hearings for a proposed 2018-2019 budget at 7 p.m., Thurs., Sept. 6 and Thurs. Sept. 13 in the Hutto City Council Chambers at 401 W. Front Street.
Community Outreach for Hutto Bond PropositionsThe City of Hutto will hold community outreach sessions for the City’s three bond election propositions.
Hutto Kicks Off Warrant Round-UpThe 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.
August 16 City Council Wrap-UpHere’s a quick run-down on the top happenings from the August 16 City Council meeting.
Manufacturing Headquarters Relocating to Innovation Business ParkThe City of Hutto and Titan Development are pleased to announce the latest in a series of important real estate developments located in Hutto representing an ongoing commitment by local government and business entities to foster the growth of the city.
Off-Duty Officer Help Resident Who Was Up a CreekA Hutto resident was on a bit of a slippery slope when two off-duty police officers happened to come across her predicament on Wed., July 18.
The Sandbox at Madeline's Place Will Call the Saul House HomeOn July 19, the Hutto City Council voted unanimously to pass an ordinance to offer the Saul House property to The Sandbox at Madeline’s Place at no cost. The 501(c)(3) will be responsible for the utilities, upkeep and maintenance of the property.
City Council Meeting Wrap Up from August 2Hutto, TX – Here's a quick run-down on the top happenings from the August 2 City Council Meeting.
HUTTO POLICE OFFICER SERVING OVERSEASFor deployed Hutto police officer, Christian Fain, service doesn’t stop at the City limits. Currently, Army Spc. Fain is serving with his Texas Army National Guard unit in the Horn of Africa, as part of Task Force Alamo.
Innovation Business Park Walls Are Up
As the Texas heat started to wash over the construction site, the first vertical walls of Innovation Business Park were raised this morning.
July 19 City Council WrapHere's a quick run-down on the top happenings from the July 19 City Council Meeting.
Hutto City Manager Committed to HuttoCity Manager Odis Jones chooses to remain in Hutto after being considered as one of four finalists for the city manager position with the City of Aurora, CO.
Hutto Welcomes High-End California Wheel Manufacturing CompanyThe City of Hutto is pleased to share that AEND Industries, Inc., a high-end performance, recreational polyurethane wheel manufacturing company, announced at the Hutto City Council meeting on July 19 that it will be moving its headquarters from Huntington Beach, CA to Hutto, where they will build a new 19,200 square foot facility to be built at North Town Commons Business Park, located at the southeast corner of FM 1660 North and Limmer Loop.
Hutto Police Department News- Drug and Burglary ArrestsHutto Police Department made two significant arrests recently, including a burglary suspect and an arrest for possession charges. Read more to learn how your Hutto PD is helping keep the community safe.
Downtown Hutto Seeks Community Feedback for Texas Main Street ApplicationThe tree-lined streets and small businesses along East Street, Farley Street, and all across Hutto’s Historic Downtown district are part of a uniquely American institution – Main Street, USA. Like Main Streets from New York to California, the buildings have hosted families and small businesses, through both good times and bad.
City Recognized for Economic Development ExcellenceThe Texas Economic Development Council announced the City of Hutto as a recipient of the annual Economic Excellence Recognition program for 2017.
Traffic Alert: Carl Stern Closed from Front Street to Kothman DriveBeginning Monday, July 9, Carl Stern Drive will be closed in both directions, from Front Street to Kothman Drive. City of Hutto crews will be resurfacing the asphalt, as part of the streets improvement project in the Strategic Plan, approved by City Council.
City Celebrates 4th of July With Thousands of Hutto Residents
HUTTO, Texas (July 5, 2018) – The first City of Hutto 4th of July celebration ended with a bang despite rain earlier in the day. Over 4,700 friends and neighbors gathered during the afternoon, despite looming clouds, to enjoy Hutto’s newest park near Brushy Creek. The evening concluded with a beautiful fireworks show that lit up the Hutto sky.
Hippo-mobile Finds a Home in HuttoJohn and Sheila Voeller have gifted the City of Hutto with a 2002 Volkswagen Turbo Beetle Hippopotamus named “Sunshine.”
City of Hutto Observes Independence DayHutto, TX – City of Hutto offices will be closed Wednesday in observance of Independence Day. All city offices will resume normal business hours on Thursday July 5.
Mayor Gaul Responds To City Manager Being Considered Among Four Finalists in Aurora, ColoradoHutto, TX – With news of the Hutto city manager, Odis Jones, being considered as one of four finalists for the City manager position in Aurora, Colorado, Hutto Mayor, Doug Gaul responds.
Economic Development Efforts A Top Priority for the City of HuttoThe City of Hutto, one of the fastest growing cities in the nation, attended the International Council of Shopping Centers Global Retail Real Estate Convention in Las Vegas the third week in May.
City Extends Deadline for Outside Agency FundingHutto, TX – The City of Hutto has extended the deadline for outside agency funding applications this year by one week. The applications are normally posted to the City of Hutto website on June 1 and due by the end of the month.
Hutto Public Library Food for Fines
From now until August 1, the Hutto Public Library is participating in the Food for Fines program is to assist patrons with late fees, as well as help the Hutto Community Food Pantry stock up.
Hutto Opposes Solid Waste FacilityThe Hutto City Council voted unanimously on June 21 to pass a resolution declaring opposition to the construction of a solid waste transfer station within the Hutto Extraterritorial Jurisdiction (ETJ).
4th of July Celebration Includes Fireworks and MoreHutto, TX - The City of Hutto shared new details on activities available for residents and visitors attending the first 4th of July Celebration from 4 – 10 p.m. on Wed., July 4 at south central portion of the new Hutto Park at Brushy Creek located at 1001 CR 137.
Need to Register your Pet?Hutto, TX – All dogs and cats must be registered with the City of Hutto. Your pet MUST be up to date on all vaccinations to include the yearly rabies vaccination.
Streets and Drainage Projects Underway to Improve InfrastructureThe City of Hutto is pleased to announce the completion of the first paving project using the new equipment purchased by the City for the stand-alone Streets and Drainage department. This purchase has contributed to the ability of the City to repair streets rather than contracting the services out to other companies.
City of Hutto Celebrates 4th of July at Hutto Park at Brushy CreekThe City of Hutto will hold the City’s first 4th of July celebration from 4 – 10 p.m. on Wednesday, July 4 at the new Hutto Park at Brushy Creek located at 1001 CR 137. The event will feature live music, food trucks, kids’ activities and fireworks.
KOKEFEST 2018 to be Held at Hutto Park at Brushy Creek
Country music festival KOKEFEST is returning to the City of Hutto on August 10 and 11. This two-day music festival will be held at the new Hutto Park at Brushy Creek located at 1001 CR 137. KOKEFEST draws fans from all over the state and across the country.
This Place Matters- 105 East StreetLocated at 105 East Street, in Hutto’s beautiful historic downtown, Thig’s Diamond Kutz, owned by Will De’Angelo, is Hutto’s very own family-oriented barbershop.
City of Hutto renames stadium to the Tevan Lee Nguyen Sr. StadiumUnder a clear blue sky, the City of Hutto, with the American Legion Richard A. Oman Post 302 of Hutto and the American Legion George Johns Post 447 of Round Rock, renamed the City’s Old Hippo Stadium in honor of Marine Cpl. Tevan Lee Nguyen, Sr.
City of Hutto 2018 Resident SurveyThe City of Hutto recently sent out a Resident Survey. It was mailed out to a sample of Hutto residents on May 11. The survey contains thirty-two questions that are extremely important to the city for planning and decision-making purposes.
Williamson County Under Burn BanOn Tuesday, May 29, 2018, Williamson County Commissioners Court approved the implementation of a County Burn Ban for a period not to exceed 90 days and to authorize County Judge Dan A. Gattis to lift the ban when conditions improve. A copy of the order can be found here.
Entertainment anchor for the Co-Op District announced Thursday night in HuttoDid you hear Flix Brewhouse is the new entertainment anchor at the Co-Op District? Read more from Community Impact on this exciting addition to the City of Hutto.
On National Police Week Hutto Reflects On Year Of Growth - Calls Community To ActionMay 13 begins National Police week, a week set aside to honor the sacrifice of police Officers and survivors. On this week, the City of Hutto reflects on a year of growth under the direction of its new Police Chief, Byron Frankland and Assistant Police Chief Paul Hall.
This Place Matters: 113 East Street
The building was built in 1895, along with the other buildings on the 100 block of East Street in Hutto, Texas.
This particular space housed several business over the years, according to owner Kay Johnson.
Hutto Public Library Wins Texas Book Festival GrantOn April 5, at the Texas Library Association conference in Dallas, the Hutto Public Library was recognized as one of the 48 recipients of 2018 Texas Book Festival Grants. The library was awarded $1500.
Requesting Public Records
The City of Hutto utilizes a software to help manage Open Records Requests. This tool is accessible through the Hutto website.
Unofficial City Council Election ResultsUnofficial voting results are in from all 27 precincts and not considered official until certified.
2019 Williamson County Healthy AssessmentWilliamson County is currently ranked the 2nd healthiest County in Texas. The Williamson County and Cities Health District, in collaboration with local partners, is going into the community to find out which health issues are important to you. Take the survey so Williamson County knows how to focus on your needs as they research and prioritize health issues in our communities.
Southside Market & Barbeque Coming To The Co-Op DistrictMA Partners, the developer of the new Co-Op District under construction at the historic Gin property on U.S. Highway 79 in Hutto, has announced the first commercial tenant for its highly anticipated 35-acre mixed use destination, and it’s none other than Texas’ most legendary barbeque joint, Southside Market & Barbeque.
Streets and Drainage Projects Improve Public Safety for City ResidentsThe city of Hutto is pleased to report several street and drainage improvement projects have
been completed with more scheduled for completion throughout 2018. New equipment
purchased by the City for a stand-alone Streets and Drainage department has contributed to
the ability of the City to repair streets rather than contracting the services out to other
Breaking Ground on Amphitheater in HuttoAre you curious to learn more about the amphitheater at the newest park in Hutto? Learn more in this story from KVUE's Christy Millweard.
Construction to Begin on New AmphitheaterThe City of Hutto is proud to announce construction on the new amphitheater at Hutto Park at Brushy Creek will begin late April. Hutto Park at Brushy Creek, a temporary name until City Council officially names the park, is part of the Magnificent 7, a group of projects prioritized by the City Council to strengthen Hutto’s economic development and quality of life.
Hutto Public Library Celebrates 10 Years of Community and Enrichment
These days, the Hutto Public Library is a bustling place, with a full staff, nearly 35,000 items in annual circulation, and almost 1,000 scheduled activities a year including classes and story times to keep patrons of all ages entertained and engaged. For a growing city, the Library is a vibrant hub of activity, but it wasn’t always that way.
Help Name Your New ParkThe City of Hutto is asking for resident input on the name for the newest City park.
Traffic Flow on Ed Schmidt Blvd. near Townwest Commons ChangesBe advised the Hutto Streets Department has installed delineators and signs are coming as well to direct traffic on Ed Schmidt around Townwest Commons, our shopping center on Hwy. 79 and Ed Schmidt Blvd.
FEMA Asks Public in Williamson County for Appeals, Comments on Preliminary Flood Maps
Residents and business owners in Williamson County are being invited to appeal or comment on new preliminary flood maps.
Hutto Ranked in Top 50 Safest Cities in the US - Seventh Safest City in TexasHutto was reported as the seventh safest city in the US, according to a new report by the National Council for Home Safety and Security.
East Street Improvements ContinueEast Street improvements continue, including striping, and new LED streetlights.
City of Hutto Welcomes the JRS CompanyThe City of Hutto and the JRS Company are pleased to announce the official groundbreaking for the new JRS Company headquarters at Burge Business Park in Hutto.
Regional Animal Shelter Breaks Ground on Expansion
Williamson County animal shelter expansion will feature new adoption center and kennels.
City of Hutto Library Supervisor Nominated for AwardThe City of Hutto is proud to announce the nomination of Hutto Public Library Supervisor Lisa Riggs for the 2017 “I Love My Librarian” Award from the American Library Association.
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.
Police find drugs, explosives, guns inside Hutto homeHutto 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.
WilCo and Hutto break ground on extension of CR119Williamson 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.
Congratulations to Hutto Fire RescueOn 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.
Hutto Seeking Residents to Serve on City Boards & CommissionsThe 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:
Saul House Renovations CompleteThe 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.
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.
Killough Calls for Formal Investigation into Hutto EDC A OperationsDuring 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.
Schneider Blvd. Groundbreaking Paves the Way for GrowthThe City of Hutto and Titan Development held an official groundbreaking for Schneider Blvd. on Tuesday, Oct. 17 at 10 a.m.
Valero Pipeline/Terminal Pivots from Hutto to TaylorValero pipeline and terminal project pivots from Hutto to Taylor. Story by Community Impact, Iain Oldman.
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.
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!
Hutto Responds to Harvey and Protects CitizensThe 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.
City and Valero Working to Evaluate Alternate LocationsThe 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.
City Opposes Valero Pipeline and Storage FacilityOn 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.
Changes in Hutto EDCHutto 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.
Killough Calls Community to Look to the FutureThe 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.
Regional Animal Shelter Breaks Ground on Expansion
Williamson County animal shelter expansion will feature new adoption center and kennels.
Master Mobility Plan Interactive Map
As part of developing the Mobility Master Plan, the City of Hutto would like your input. Please visit the Mobility Master Plan page for more information.