The city of Hutto lifted its water restrictions Dec. 5.


The city announced in a news release that ongoing restrictions for outdoor water usage were lifted, meaning city of Hutto water customers are no longer limited to the days they can water outside.

While restrictions have been lifted for the winter, the city still encourages residential, industrial and commercial users to practice water conservation. In the meantime, the city will continue to monitor water levels throughout the winter to determine when water restrictions should resume.


Hutto went into Stage 2 of its water conservation plan in early November, requiring customers to only water on their designated days and at specific hours of the day.

The conservation measures were common for cities throughout Central Texas in 2023, as the region battled one of the hottest summers recorded. This was only the second year Hutto has had water restrictions put in place. Meanwhile, officials have dedicated hundreds of millions of dollars to improve the city’s water and wastewater infrastructure.

To find a map of water providers in the Hutto area, or to learn more about water conservation efforts in the city, visit this website.