Hutto City Council will consider annexing the tracts, which total approximately 225 acres, at an April 6 meeting.
The 56.3-acre CTC Emory Tract, located at the southeast corner of Ed Schmidt Boulevard and Emory Crossing, would be zoned for multifamily use.
For the CTC Emory Tract, council will also consider planned unit development zoning, which would prohibit developer Taylor Morrison from building balconies or porches facing existing properties to the north of the development.
The Upper Schmidts Creek Tract—a 40.8-acre tract at the southeast corner of Ed Schmidt Boulevard and Limmer Loop—would also be zoned for multifamily use. It is a continuation of another tract annexed into the city in 2021.
Between CR 108 and Ed Schmidt Boulevard, the 50.85-acre Stillwater Tract would receive light industrial zoning if annexed.
The Alta Ed Schmidt Tract—the largest of the four at 77.881 acres—is located on Ed Schmidt Boulevard across from the Emory Crossing subdivision and would be zoned for multifamily.
For each proposed annexation, council will hold a public hearing before voting at the April 6 meeting.