Updated at 4.42 pm According to Lake Travis Fire Chief Robert Abbott, the Kaden Way grass fire is under control.
Fire crews are putting out hotspots.
The 2.5-acre grass fire threatened seven structures, but none were damaged.
One family evacuated their home.
Weds at 4 pm - Lakeway police and local fire department units are working a grass fire on Kaden Way near the intersection of Serene Hills Drive and Flint Rock Road.
Police Chief Todd Radford instructed the public to stay away from the area.
Fire department personnel and police officers on scene will provide instruction to residents in the vicinity. Some residents have been evacuated.
The National Weather Service is forecasting elevated to near critical fire weather through Thursday afternoon due to low humidity and strong winds. A high wind advisory is in effect through 5 p.m. today.
North winds of 20 to 30 mph with gusts up to 40 mph are likely. Isolated higher gusts more than 40 mph may occur in some locations.
According to the Travis County Fire Marshal’s Office, while parts of Travis County received rainfall in the past several days, the western portion of the county received little rain and continues to experience dry conditions.
“We encourage everyone to be safe and avoid causing a fire, especially when the county faces elevated, and higher, fire danger,” said Lisa Block, Travis County Emergency Services public information officer.