H U T T O

Hutto is known for its small-town charm and quality schools. It is a quickly growing Central Texas community that offers a world of opportunity for residents and businesses. It currently has large projects underway such as an extensive park and trail development, State Highway 130 construction, and a variety of other endeavors.

The Hutto community focuses on strong community values and cohesiveness. The residents of Hutto joke that Hutto is the "center of the universe."

Hutto is also the "Hippo Capital of Texas."  See the bottom of the page for the explanation!


HUTTO LOCATION and FACTS -- Located on US 79 between Round Rock and Taylor, Hutto is only twenty-five miles from the State Capitol in Austin. It is only 10 miles from Round Rock and its high tech industry.

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OUT & ABOUT IN HUTTO

   ATTRACTIONS
Parks & Recreation Department
Take a tour of hippo statues
Hutto Old Tyme Days

With its proximity to Round Rock there are many things to do in the area that are not located in Hutto.


  
RESTAURANTS
Beluga Japanese Restaurant
Bien Hoa Restaurant
Carmine's Pizza & Pasta
El Poblanito Restaurant
Mario's Mexican Restaurant
Rio Grande Tex Mex Restaurant
Silver Matrix Inc
Texan Cafe


LINKS & IMPORTANT NUMBERS

Chamber of Commerce
Special Events

Hutto Information
The Hutto News


EDUCATION

“Moving forward, reaching potential” is the vision of the Hutto Independent School District. With more than 3,000 students, the district currently has four campuses including Hutto Elementary (Grades PK - 5), Johnson Elementary (Grades PK - 5), Hutto Middle School (Grades 6 - 8) and Hutto High School (Grades 9 - 12).
Hutto Independent School District


DO YOU KNOW WHY HUTTO IS THE HIPPO CAPITAL OF TEXAS?

Hutto is the only community in the United States to use the hippo as its mascot. There are several stories explaining how that came to be, with the most popular telling of a circus train that stopped at the depot and allowed a hippo to escape. The people watched the hippo get stuck in the muddy waters.  It wasn't long after that the Hutto School adopted the hippo as its mascot. In 2003, the Texas Legislature recognized Hutto as the "Official Hippo Capital of Texas." Check out Hutto Hippo Statues.
 





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Have a question about a home or want to talk about selling yours? Or, if you have any other questions or comments, then feel free to e-mail or call using any of the information below. You will get a response as quickly as possible.

Jacqueline Wittmuss, Broker
Phone: 512.892.4663
Direct: 512.917.1717
E-mail: jacqueline@jwproperties.net

                                    

Jeremy Smith
Phone: 512.892.4663
Direct: 512.658.9444
E-mail: jeremy@jwproperties.net


JW Properties
5611 Hwy 290 West
Austin, TX 78735                                        
Phone: 512.892.4663
Fax: 512.892.4680

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Jacqueline Wittmuss, Broker
JW Properties
Jacqueline Wittmuss, Broker
JW Properties
Ph: 512.892.4663Fax:512.892.4680
5611 Hwy 290 West
Austin, TX 78735 US
5611 Hwy 290 West, Austin, TX78735
www.JWProperties.net
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