Join in the fun and become a part of a massive community-wide beautification project. It’s time to pitch in to keep Coppell beautiful! Registration is now open for Clean Coppell 2014. Keep Coppell Beautiful encourages families, scout troops, schools and other organizations to join together in a unified demonstration of community pride and commitment to a beautiful environment.
Temporary All Way Stop Installed At W. Sandy Lake Road and Winding Hollow
Based on the current construction phase and visibility challenges at the intersection of W. Sandy Lake Road and Winding Hollow Lane, the Engineering Department has placed all way stop signs at this intersection. The City will also install advanced warning signs along W. Sandy Lake Road with flashing lights on each stop sign.
The Coppell Marshal’s Office, along with other law enforcement jurisdictions from across Texas are participating in the “Great Texas Warrant Roundup,” now underway. In this state-wide effort, officers will arrest people with outstanding warrants pending before their respective Municipal Courts.
The Coppell Parks and Recreation Department is now registering for the spring season of adult coed soccer. This league is a great opportunity to bring more adult players to the soccer fields and share the love of a sport that so many of our youth currently enjoy.
Beginning at approximately 9:30 AM, Monday, February 10, 2014, Hackberry Road (know as Chartwell Road in the City of Coppell) will be closed to all traffic between Belt Line Road and Ranch Trail.
Westbound traffic will be detoured to use Ranch Trail, the westbound frontage road of I.H. 635, and Belt Line Road. Eastbound traffic will be detoured to use the eastbound frontage road of I.H. 635, Olympus Blvd., and Ranch Trail.