SAN MARCOS, Texas (KXAN) — Neighbors are asked to shelter in their homes after a gas leak happened on the southwest side of San Marcos.

City leaders posted on social media the shelter-in-place order is in effect for those living on Belvin Street from Bishop to Dixon Streets as well as Clara Street.

The city reported crews are working to repair the leak.

In an update, the city said CenterPoint Energy estimates all work to be done around 5 p.m. At 4:17 p.m., crews confirmed to the city that all holes in the gas line have been capped or plugged.

The city also said the energy company has been monitoring the area and hasn’t reported any concerns for neighbors at this time.

No evacuations are happening, but those who live in the area are asked to shelter in place. The city also recommended that people avoid the area if possible.

KXAN will work to provide additional details about the situation and update this story once they become available.