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Posted Oct 21, 2020

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.

Posted Oct 20, 2020

Join all the ghouls and boos for the spooktacular Treats on Park Street Live Oak Street - Drive Thru Edition. here.

Posted Oct 06, 2020

The 2020 Hutto Junk Round Up, hosted by Keep Hutto Beautiful Foundation, is a drive-thru/drop-off event and is free for all citizens within the Hutto ISD boundary.  here.

Posted Oct 01, 2020

Hutto Public Library  and Hutto Independent School District (ISD) have formed an innovative new partnership to increase access to more eBooks and e-audiobooks for students. here.

Posted Sep 28, 2020

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.

Posted Sep 21, 2020

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

Posted Aug 25, 2020

The City of Hutto and A Legends Lyfe Foundation are joining as partners to power the Emmanuel Mudiay Foundation Back To School Drive from 10 a.m. - noon on Saturday, August 29 at Hutto City Hall. here.

Posted Jul 07, 2020

Although the Hutto Public Library has paused all in-person programming due to the ongoing pandemic, Library Manager Jessica McCart has worked hard to continue offering Preschool Story Time via Facebook. here.

Posted Jul 06, 2020

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.

Posted Jun 30, 2020

Due to the climbing number of COVID-19 cases in the City of Hutto and across Williamson County, the City of Hutto has canceled all unnecessary public gatherings not related to the governance of the City. here.