If possible, members shall have demonstrated outstanding interest in historical traditions of the City and have experience in preservation of the historical character of Hutto. At least one member should be an owner of real property within the Historic District.
Hutto Preservation Commission Mission Statement
Our mission is to preserve our past and work with ongoing development in the community to support incentives for revitalization, protect our historic properties and structures, and provide education to today’s youth who stand to inherit the future of Hutto.
- Fourth Tuesday of every month
- 6:30 p.m.
- Council Chambers, City Hall at 500 W. Live Oak St.
- Meeting Agendas and Minutes
The Historic Preservation Commission is comprised of five members appointed by City Council who serve staggered two-year terms.
|DeAnne Worley||June 30, 2022|
|Mary Belton||June 30, 2021|
|Curtis Orton||June 30, 2022|
|Robert Lykins||June 30, 2022|
|Travis Allen||June 30, 2022|
500 W. Live Oak Street
Hutto, TX 78634
Ph: (512) 759-5974
|Council Liaison: Tanner Rose|
Do I need a Certificate of Appropriateness?
All new visible construction within Old Town requires a COA from the Historic Preservation Commission. New construction is subject to the architectural guidelines in the Old Town Master Plan and the standards of the SmartCode. Fences are considered new construction and therefore require a COA, with the exception of certain fence types in the OT-3 district. (See Map) Exterior changes to contributing structures, including new doors, window shutters, awnings, and railings, also require HPC approval.
Paint colors should be chosen from the approved list of historically appropriate paint colors. This list is provided by Benjamin Moore, but other brands may be used provided they match the approved list.
COA applications and approved fence types in OT-3 can be found here.
Changes that do not require HPC approval include:
- Exterior changes to non-contributing structures
- Small, minor building or construction not visible to the public eye
- Fences meeting pre-approved material and height specifications on properties within the OT-3 district
- Temporary construction trailers for the use of on-site material storage during construction
- Changes in paint color. Paint colors should be chosen from the approved list of historically appropriate paint colors. This list is provided by Benjamin Moore, but other brands may be used provided they match the approved list.
- Ordinary maintenance and repair that does not involve changes in dimension, material, configuration, or outward appearance
- Work that is required for a property to come into compliance with federal and state laws pertaining to persons with disabilities
For more information on Old Town Hutto, click here.
Texas Historical Commission:
The Texas Historical Commission (THC) is the state agency for historic preservation. THC staff consults with citizens and organizations to preserve Texas' architectural, archeological and cultural landmarks. The agency is recognized nationally for its preservation programs. For more information on the THC, please click the link below.
Williamson County Historical Commission:
The Williamson County Historical Commission's purpose is to preserve, protect, and promote history within Williamson County. For more information please click the following link below.