Jan 11, 2021 Utility Billing Update graphic

Utility Billing Late Fees Return

In March 2020, the City of Hutto suspended late fees and disconnections for non-payments of utility services to assist residents and businesses experiencing financial hardships due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Normal billing for utility services, including the assessment of late fees and disconnections for non-payments, resumed January 1, 2021. Late fees will only apply to bills that are past-due beginning January 1, 2021.

As our community continues to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic, we urge customers experiencing financial hardship to contact us at 512-759-4055 so we can work together to find a payment plan and assistance options. The City has taken steps to ensure customers experiencing financial hardships get immediate utility bill help. For additional community resources, please visit http://www.huttoresourcecenter.org/financial-assistance.html or https://www.rrasc.org/request-assistance/.

Jan 05, 2021 City Services Update

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

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New City Manager Selected

The City of Hutto is pleased to announce the selection of Warren Hutmacher as the new City Manager. 
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