Retail to go kicks off May 1. Here is what Hutto residents need to know

Ahead of retail to go's formal kickoff May 1, the city of Hutto has released a how-to video on how residents can support local businesses while protecting themselves during the coronavirus pandemic. (John Cox/Community Impact Newspaper)
Ahead of retail to go's formal kickoff May 1, the city of Hutto has released a how-to video on how residents can support local businesses while protecting themselves during the coronavirus pandemic. (John Cox/Community Impact Newspaper)

Ahead of retail to go's formal kickoff May 1, the city of Hutto has released a how-to video on how residents can support local businesses while protecting themselves during the coronavirus pandemic. (John Cox/Community Impact Newspaper)

Ahead of retail to go's formal kickoff May 1, the city of Hutto has released a how-to video on how residents can support local businesses while protecting themselves during the coronavirus pandemic.

Residents interested in takeout shopping services can contact area stores about their purchases, with payments made online or over the phone. To help mitigate any potential spread of the virus, patrons are not allowed in stores and must retrieve their purchases through contactless deliveries.


Those opting for curbside pickup are asked to remain in their cars, with a passenger window rolled down or their trunk opened to accept their purchases. For business employees, all personnel are required to do a health screening before their shift, wear a face covering and abide by sanitation guidelines.



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