Hutto National Night Out 2021
The City of Hutto is thrilled to invite the community to celebrate National Night Out 2021 at the Brushy Creek Amphitheater.
National Night Out is held in Texas on the first Tuesday evening of October, making the date for this year's big event Tuesday, Oct. 5. Hutto police are looking forward to meeting and getting to know as many community members as possible at this fun gathering of Homeowners Associations and other community groups. Save the date, and stay tuned for more information! To get your HOA involved in Hutto National Night Out at Brushy Creek Amphitheater, please contact Hutto Police.
Here is a special message from Hutto Police Chief Paul Hall about the event, first posted on July 14:
As your Police Chief, I am committed to finding new ways to keep you safe and enhance Hutto police officers’ relationship with the community. That is why I am so excited to invite everyone to our very first city-wide Hutto National Night Out (NNO) event! In Texas, NNO is always held on the first Tuesday evening in October, which is why our big event is set for Tuesday, Oct. 5, at Brushy Creek Amphitheater. We anticipate gates opening by 5 p.m., with a fireworks show around 8 p.m. and everything finished by most families’ bedtime.
My officers have already reached out to every HOA in Hutto for which we have contact info, to invite them to participate and talk with them about the opportunity. We are continuing our outreach and appreciate your help spreading the word in your neighborhood. We will provide some type of booth for each interested neighborhood, so you can gather with neighbors while also getting to know other HOAs and, of course, your local police officers, firefighters, and community leaders. We realize that some cities do neighborhood block parties for NNO, and others hold big events for the whole town. If there are any Hutto HOAs that prefer a block party, I’ll still be glad to send a squad car to help you celebrate.
Whether you stick close to home, or you come out to the amphitheater for music, food trucks, games, and public safety displays, the focus is the same: Police-community partnerships, with a shared commitment to preventing crime. Please join me in celebrating NNO as a community this year on Oct. 5, and thank you for your support.