A grass fire at Raglan this morning is now under control after fire crews were called around 9.20am.
The fire was sparked along the railway corridor at Raglan.
It is believed the fire was caused by someone mowing their lawn.
A fixed wing aircraft was deployed from Lithgow to assist fire crews on the ground, however was turned around before it reached Bathurst as the fire was brought under control.
As a result of the fire NSW Rural Fire Service personnel are asking people to leave their lawn mowers in the garage today.
A spokesperson said several small fires around the area recently have been caused by sparks as people attempted to mow their lawn.
Temperatures in Bathurst are expected to reach 37 degrees today with a total fire ban declared for the state.