Pflugerville - Hutto

Stay informed about the latest local news in Pflugerville and Hutto, including PfISD, HISD, city council coverage, Williamson County news and the local housing market.

1:30 PM Apr 22, 2022 CDT

CI TEXAS ROUNDUP: Village within expansive Fields development in Frisco to feature 5-star Ritz-Carlton Hotel; Voodoo Doughnut coming soon to Cypress and more top news

Take a look at the top five trending stories across Community Impact Newspaper’s coverage areas in Texas as of April 22.


Officials approve 119-acre land trade between Hutto, Pflugerville

Hutto and Pflugerville are set to swap ownership of two approximately 120-acre tracts in their respective extraterritorial jurisdictions.


Pflugerville ISD's Hidden Lake Elementary School will not open in fall due to budget constraints

Voters approved Hidden Lake Elementary in 2018 as part of a $332 million bond program.



After a pandemic pause, local evictions on the rise as rental market strains remain

Following the end of local and federal eviction protections, the number of filings are ticking back up


PfISD board votes to pursue free meal program for certain campuses

The federal CEP serves campuses that have 40% or more students enrolled in assistance plans such as the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program or the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families program. 


Pflugerville ISD officials hire firm for 2022 bond planning campaign

Pflugerville ISD officials approved two expenditures to hire a firm to help the district plan its next bond campaign in 2022.


Hutto swears in new police chief

Hutto's new police chief, Jeff Yarbrough, swore into office at an April 21 City Council meeting.



CI TEXAS ROUNDUP: Construction to start on Magnolia Village retail center May 2; Stranger Things Store to open in Grapevine Mills and more top news

Take a look at the top five trending stories across Community Impact Newspaper’s coverage areas in Texas as of April 21.


Lawmakers, industry members tout Austin's growing presence in semiconductor sector

A federal bill aimed at boosting semiconductor research and production could benefit Austin-area companies and universities.



Home sales, prices continue to rise in Round Rock, Pflugerville, Hutto

A new report from the Austin Board of Realtors indicates continued growth in both home sales and median home prices in Round Rock, Pflugerville and Hutto.



GMart/Valero and Buddha Burger will open in same Pflugerville location by end of May

A GMart/Valero convenience store and a Buddha Burger shop will open by the end of May in Pflugerville.


Williamson County rewind: Samsung Austin Semiconductor donates $10K to tornado relief efforts, plus other news

Here is a roundup of news from Williamson County Commissioners Court's April 19 meeting.


CI TEXAS ROUNDUP: 5 businesses and restaurants coming to Keller, Fort Worth; Happy Goat Retreat now open in Willis and more top news

Take a look at the top five trending stories across Community Impact Newspaper’s coverage areas in Texas as of April 19.


Havertys Furniture in Pflugerville to open April 22 at Stone Hill Town Center

The 40,622-square-foot showroom will sell furniture sets, finishing accents and decor with styles including traditional, rustic, farmhouse, contemporary and mid-century modern.



Townwest Commons developer in Hutto pitching to several major businesses

NewQuest Properties, the developer of Hutto's Townwest Commons shopping center, is in the process of trying to attract new businesses, but no concrete deals have yet been announced.


UPDATE: Austin airport, Capital Metro respond to federal ruling overturning mask mandate for public transportation

The Austin-Bergstrom International Airport and Capital Metro are both assessing how an April 18 decision by a federal judge to strike down the mask mandate for public transportation will affect their operations.


CI TEXAS ROUNDUP: Hoots Wings opening delayed in Round Rock; Grab N Go Tacos now open in New Caney and more top news

Take a look at the top five trending stories across Community Impact Newspaper’s coverage areas in Texas as of April 18.


Sales tax holiday for emergency supplies to save Texans estimated $1.5M

The sales tax holiday for emergency supplies is estimated to save Texans $1.5 million.



Pflugerville collecting public input on intersection projects

Pflugerville is conducting an online survey to gather public input on proposed improvements at two intersections as part of its 2020 transportation bond program.


Hutto High School modernization primed to enter design development phase

A slew of improvements to Hutto High School may soon enter the next phase of design.