Diversity & Inclusion Commission


  • 6:30 pm
  • 3rd Tuesday of every month
  • City Hall Council Chambers
    500 W Live Oak Street
    Hutto, TX 78634

Agendas & Minutes

Agendas are available prior to the meetings. Minutes are available following approval.

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Audio of the Diversity & Inclusion Commission meetings


The Commission is composed of seven members and serves three-year terms.  As of September 27, 2021, there are  3 vacancies on the Diversity & Inclusion Commission.

  • Brian Thompson, Chair
  • Anna Gonzales, Member
  • Tara Spoons, Member
  • Marliese Prieto, Member
  • Vacant, Member
  • Vacant, Member
  • Vacant, Member
  • Kristi Robich, Staff Liaison

To apply for a position on the Diversity and Inclusion Commission please complete an application and return to the City Secretary's Office either in person or via email.


The City of Hutto acknowledges that the history of discrimination in the United States of America continues to affect the privilege and/or lack of opportunity for people in the City; and the City of Hutto acknowledges that equality occurs when differences such as race, ethnicity, religion, gender, economic status, sexual orientation/gender identification, veteran status, marital status, language, age, disability, etc. do not determine a person's economic, social, or political access.

The Diversity and Inclusion Commission shall, to the extent possible, be broadly representative of economic status, race, color, religion, gender, national origin, ancestry, marital status, physical or mental disability, sexual orientation and gender identity.


Calendar & Events  - 

  • Potentially creating Information boards that will be placed around/near City Hall
  • Developing a social calendar in conjunction with city events that focus on highlighting Hutto's rich diversity


  • Beginning in November 2021, complete one training a month, focusing on different aspects of Diversity and Inclusion.
  • By the end of January 2022, develop a training plan/schedule that is open to the community members on Diversity and Inclusion topics.

Assessment -

  • By the end of January 2022, complete and launch a City-wide assessment.
  • Based on the assessment results, begin to develop action plans for moving forward with community-wide initiatives (Social/ Mixers, Training topics, etc.)

Commission Goals:

To be added at a later date


On July 30, 2020, the City Council established the Diversity and Inclusion Commission via Ordinance Number 0-2020-021 (PDF).