Conveniently Connected™

Hutto, Texas has undergone a transformation over the past decade from a sleepy, rural Texas farm town of 1,250 in the year 2000 to one of Austin’s fastest growing suburbs. The impetus for Hutto’s exponential growth has been quality, affordable housing and quality public schools coupled with the opening of SH-130 on the new Central Texas Turnpike System. Low crime, quality schools, moderate taxes, and convenient access to the Austin region and state have resulted in honors such as Hutto being named one of the “Top 100 Places in Major Markets to Locate Your Business” by Southern Business & Development as well as a host of other accolades. All of the growth and change has not eroded a strong sense of community pride that has permeated Hutto since it was first settled in the mid 1800’s.

Conveniently Connected™ to Transportation

Hutto, Texas is central to everything! The city’s easy access to transportation is one of its strongest benefits to business. Hutto sits at SH-130, which consists of 90 miles of four to six lane roadways, creating an easy and hassle free alternative route around Austin. Highways make transportation to Austin, San Antonio, Dallas/Fort Worth and Houston simple and quick. Hutto is also located on a Union Pacific Red Line Railway, offering a unique position as a transportation hub.

Conveniently Connected™ to Higher Education

From pre-school through college, Hutto offers access to excellent educational opportunities. The latest education to Hutto’s educational offerings is the East Williamsom County Higher Education Center-Hutto Campus, which includes Temple College, Texas State Technical College and Texas A&M-Central. Our educational opportunities help to build our workforce capabilities and strengths.

“Having a small manufacturing business in Hutto for 12 years, I knew of the [Hutto] EDC, but never made the time to actually understand what they do or more importantly, what they could do for me… [Eventually] the conversation changed from generalities to specifics and I could tell they knew more about doing business in Hutto than anyone I had ever talked with before. They know Hutto, the surrounding area and have the pulse of what’s happening now and tomorrow. They connect businesses, making introductions to customers, vendors/suppliers. They know who’s in town, what they might need and what they might offer your business. The EDC is about people doing business with people.”

– Matt Kool, Owner
Burn Tables


Population: 22,791

Average Age: 31

Median HH Income: $71,836

Median Home Value: $170,654

Contact Info

Name: Bob Farley

Phone: (512) 759-4012