Hutto's new future land-use map shows trendsHutto's new future land-use map shows trendshttps://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=160132017-03-10T06:00:00Z2017-03-11T00:25:00Z

​​​HUTTO – Hutto’s 2040 Comprehensive Plan, adopted in May 2015, includes a future land-use map from 2009. According to City officials, the map is outdated and needs to keep up with the growth of the Hut​to​ of approximately 24,000. 

The projected population of the city is 37,744 by 2030 and up to 48,064 by 2040. It will not stop there, said Helen Ramirez, Hutto executive director of business & development services.

The future land-use map is being updated by city officials. The map is a guide for growth and development, used for planning throughout the 51.5 square miles, which include the city limits; the city’s extraterritorial jurisdiction (ETJ); and growth area. 

The city’s goal, ultimately, is to annex all of the area within the ETJ.

Changes include increasing the amount of land planned for commercial and light industrial uses and decreasing the amount of land for single-family residential development.

The final public input meeting is at 7 p.m. on March 23, 2017 at the East Williamson County Higher Education Center, 1600 Innovation Blvd.
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