The City of Hutto is highlighting several capital projects this month (May 2021) as part of the United for Infrastructure national initiative. Hutto leaders are committed to responsible growth and ensuring that the City’s infrastructure can support this vision. 

On May 12, Hutto Mayor Mike Snyder presented this important Proclamation reaffirming the City's dedication to critical infrastructure. Also, the City debuted this short new video about the local water supply. 

The City's planned capital improvements include three projects along FM 1660, which together will reduce traffic delays, improve safety both for drivers and pedestrians, and improve the ability to implement a railroad quiet zone. In addition, a comprehensive water supply study is currently in progress, a drinking water risk and resiliency assessment, construction of additional water pumping stations, waterline and well capacity improvements, drainage system enhancements, and engineering to reduce the impact of flooding. These projects are being funded with voter-approved bonds.

The following slides were shared on the City's social media to summarize the status of each project:

Infrastructure Week 2021 slide 1 FM 1660 and Limmer
Infrastructure Week 2021 slide 1 FM 1660 SInfrastructure Week 2021 slide Old Town
Infrastructure Week 2021 slide Legends drainage
Infrastructure Week 2021 slide 1 FM 1660 N

Infrastructure Week 2021 Water Study generalInfrastructure Week 2021 Water Study phase 1