HUTTO – On Monday May 3, Hutto City Hall reopened to the public with some protocols and future plans to reopen other areas.

Hutto city staff have been preparing to reopen since Texas Governor Greg Abbott lifted all state-imposed COVID-19 operating limits last month.

“After a challenging year surviving a global pandemic, we are turning the corner to better days,” said Stacy Schmitt, assistant to the city manager/PIO. “We are excited to welcome visitors back to Hutto City Hall and can’t wait to serve more of our community members in person.”

Court appearances will continue to be virtual unless an in-person appearance is requested in advance. For other court questions, call 512-759-1011 or email municipalcourt@huttotx.gov.

For information on paying court fees or fines online, visit https://www.huttotx.gov/.../municipal.../online_payments.php.

Residents can still use the drop box at city hall parking lot for utility payments.

The Hutto Public Library, located inside city hall, at 500 W. Live Oak Street, will remain in curbside mode until reopening publicly on Monday, June 7.

When the library opens, it will include material check-in and check-out, computer use and library card applications. Curbside will continue to be available after the library reopens.

For more information, calls 512-759-4008 or visit https://www.huttotx.gov/library.

City of Hutto park facilities continue to be open to the public, including playgrounds, bathrooms, and pavilions—which are available to rent. However, the Glenwood Splash Pad remains closed until further notice.

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