UPDATED: Low water crossings closed in Cedar Park and Leander

Website www.atxfloods.com keeps track of which water crossings are open and closed.

Website www.atxfloods.com keeps track of which water crossings are open and closed.

Updated Monday at 10:15 a.m.

Website www.atxfloods.com keeps track of which water crossings are open and closed. As of 10:15 a.m. Monday, the following roads were closed in and near Cedar Park and Leander:

In Cedar Park and Leander:

  • 805 Cedar Park Drive, Cedar Park

  • 2400 Sumac Lane, Cedar Park

  • 2348 Cypress Lane, Cedar Park

  • 2403 Peach Tree Lane, Cedar Park

  • Ridgmar Road at Brushy Creek, Leander—the northern entrance to the Ridgmar Landing subdivision


Near Cedar Park and Leander:

  • CR 272 at Brushy Creek - in Williamson County, closed due to structural damage

  • West of Brushy Bend Drive and Brushy Creek Road - in Williamson County

  • Brushy Creek Road and Brushy Bend Drive - in Williamson County


Low water crossings that are now open:

  • Broade Way at Brushy Creek, Leander

  • 2235 Walsh Drive - in Williamson County


According to the city of Cedar Park, Brushy Creek Lake Park, Brushy Creek Sports Park and portions of Williamson County's Brushy Creek Trail in the areas of the two parks remain closed.

 

Updated Sunday at 4:30 p.m.

Website www.atxfloods.com keeps track of which water crossings are open and closed. As of 4:30 p.m. Sunday, the following roads were closed in and near Cedar Park and Leander:

In Cedar Park and Leander:

  • 805 Cedar Park Drive, Cedar Park

  • 2400 Sumac Lane, Cedar Park

  • 2348 Cypress Lane, Cedar Park

  • 2403 Peach Tree Lane, Cedar Park

  • Ridgmar Road at Brushy Creek, Leander—the northern entrance to the Ridgmar Landing subdivision

  • Broade Way at Brushy Creek, Leander


Near Cedar Park and Leander:

  • CR 272 at Brushy Creek - in Williamson County, closed due to structural damage

  • 2235 Walsh Drive - in Williamson County

  • West of Brushy Bend Drive and Brushy Creek Road - in Williamson County

  • Brushy Creek Road and Brushy Bend Drive - in Williamson County


According to the city of Cedar Park, Brushy Creek Lake Park, Brushy Creek Sports Park and portions of Williamson County's Brushy Creek Trail in the areas of the two parks are closed.

 

Updated Sunday at 12:15 p.m.

Website www.atxfloods.com keeps track of which water crossings are open and closed. As of 12:15 p.m. Sunday, the following roads were closed in and near Cedar Park and Leander:

In Cedar Park and Leander:

  • 805 Cedar Park Drive, Cedar Park

  • 2400 Sumac Lane, Cedar Park

  • 2348 Cypress Lane, Cedar Park

  • 2403 Peach Tree Lane, Cedar Park

  • Ridgmar Road at Brushy Creek, Leander—the northern entrance to the Ridgmar Landing subdivision


Near Cedar Park and Leander:

  • CR 272 at Brushy Creek - in Williamson County, closed due to structural damage

  • 2235 Walsh Drive - in Williamson County

  • West of Brushy Bend Drive and Brushy Creek Road - in Williamson County

  • Brushy Creek Road and Brushy Bend Drive - in Williamson County


According to the city of Cedar Park, Brushy Creek Lake Park, Brushy Creek Sports Park and portions of Williamson County's Brushy Creek Trail in the areas of the two parks are closed.

Updated Sunday at 9:30 a.m.

Website www.atxfloods.com keeps track of which water crossings are open and closed. As of 9:30 a.m. Sunday, the following roads were closed in and near Cedar Park and Leander:

  • 805 Cedar Park Drive, Cedar Park

  • 2400 Sumac Lane, Cedar Park

  • 2348 Cypress Lane, Cedar Park

  • 2403 Peach Tree Lane, Cedar Park

  • Ridgmar Road at Brushy Creek, Leander—the northern entrance to the Ridgmar Landing subdivision

  • CR 272 at Brushy Creek - in Williamson County, closed due to structural damage


According to the National Weather Service in Austin/San Antonio, a Flash Flood watch for Travis and Williamson counties has been expanded through Wednesday evening. A Hazardous Weather outlook is also in effect through Sunday evening.

 

Updated Saturday at 4 p.m.

Website www.atxfloods.com keeps track of which water crossings are open and closed. As of 4 p.m. Saturday, the following roads were closed in Cedar Park and Leander:

  • 805 Cedar Park Drive, Cedar Park

  • 2400 Sumac Lane, Cedar Park

  • 2348 Cypress Lane, Cedar Park

  • 2403 Peach Tree Lane, Cedar Park

  • Ridgmar Road at Brushy Creek, Leander—the northern entrance to the Ridgmar Landing subdivision


 

Posted Saturday at 11:16 a.m.

As Hurricane Harvey brings heavy rainfall to Texas, residents in Cedar Park and Leander may start to see road closures as officials determine high-risk flooding areas.

Website www.atxfloods.com keeps track of which water crossings are open and closed. As of 11 a.m. Saturday, the following roads were closed in Cedar Park and Leander:

  • 2400 Sumac Lane, Cedar Park

  • 2348 Cypress Lane, Cedar Park

  • 2403 Peach Tree Lane, Cedar Park

  • Ridgmar Road at Brushy Creek, Leander—the northern entrance to the Ridgmar Landing subdivision


According to the National Weather Service in Austin/San Antonio, a Flash Flood watch for Travis and Williamson counties continues to be in effect through Tuesday evening.


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