• Keep Coppell Beautiful Soils Alive Class

    Is your soil keeping you from having a healthy lawn or garden?  Find out at Keep Coppell Beautiful's Soils Alive Class, on Saturday, August 2 from 11AM - 12:30PM at the Biodiversity Education Center.  Pre-purchase a Soil Testing kit and bring your results to the class for personalized analysis!

  • Road Construction to Close Intersections Along W. Sandy Lake

    The contractor working on the Sandy Lake Road project is preparing to pave the south side of the road between Denton Tap and South Coppell Road.  To facilitate this work some intersections will be closed while they are reconstructed.
  • Belt Line Road & MacArthur Blvd. Brick Paver Replacement

    The City's Engineering Department is preparing for reconstruction of the intersection of Belt Line Rd. and MacArthur Blvd. This project will include the replacement of the intersection's brick pavers with stamped concrete pavement and a star design like Sandy Lake & Denton Tap. Anticipated start date is July 2014.
  • What Are Your Key Wellness Topics?  Take the Survey

    Coppell is known for its great location, excellent schools and preferred parks, but residents want to add a few more items to the list -- health and wellness.  That’s exactly what a group of community volunteers are working towards, a “healthy community for a lifetime.”
  • New Hours for the Main Street Interactive Fountain

    The Main Street Interactive Fountain is open, and now you can get out there even earlier to beat the heat! New hours are: Sunday - Friday 9AM - 9PM and Saturday 8AM - 9PM. Head out to Old Town for some summer fun!


    In 2013, Dallas Water Utilities and City of Coppell detected 23 contaminants in the drinking water and none of them were above the EPA accepted level for drinking water. 
  • Beat the Heat, Check the Back Seat!

    As temperatures continue to rise this summer, The Coppell Fire Department is reminding everyone with children to “Beat the Heat, Check the Backseat.” According to Coppell Fire Chief Kevin Richardson, “One of the biggest weather related risks during the summer months is the possibility of a child dying in a vehicle from heat stroke.” 
  • "Buy One, Give One" Back to School Supply Drive

    Beginning July 25 through August 14, the Coppell Rotary Club, Coppell Fire Department, and the Coppell Family YMCA are teaming up to hold a school supply drive for Coppell children who need a little extra help with this year’s school supplies. These organizations are asking the public to buy extra school supplies and donate to a Coppell child through the “Buy One, Give One” Back to School Supply Drive.

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