For the health and safety of our citizens and City employees, City Hall will be closed to the public until further notice. All public meetings the week of Jan 4 – 8 will continue as scheduled. For questions or more information, call 512-759-4015
As of 1/5/21 Williamson County now has a total of 22,436 confirmed cases and 214 deaths. 548 new cases were reported since yesterday. The county remains in RED Phase.
For more information on Phases and COVID-19 visit www.wcchd.org/COVID-19
From paninis and great Texas barbeque to sweet treats and classic cars, all wrapped up with foot-stomping southern rock, we've got all the details you need to make your weekend plans. We can't wait to see you around town! here.
Representative John Carter (TX-31) and City of Hutto Mayor Doug Gaul today announced a grant worth $1,451,250.00 for improvements to the railroad grade crossing intersection of U.S. 79 and FM 1660 in Hutto. here.
To protect the health and safety of residents and employees, beginning Tuesday, July 7, 2020, Hutto City Hall will be operating with reduced staff until August 28 (subject to change) as a part of the City's effort to mitigate the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19). Residents and visitors are strongly encouraged to conduct business by email or phone at 512-759-4033. here.