Hutto is a town in Williamson County, Texas. As of the 2010 census the city’s population was 14,698. The city is part of the Austin-Round Rock area. The town was originally established in 1876. When the International-Great Northern Railroad went through the vast land which was owned by James Emory Hutto, where the town gained its name from. A higher form of education in Hutto is the Eastern Williamson County Higher Education Center. Some of the top sights situated in Hutto are Hutto Lake Park, Creekside Park, the Commons at Rowe Lane, and of course, Hutto Park at Brushy Creek.