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The Utility Operations Division is responsible for the maintenance and operations of the water distribution and wastewater collection systems, which include ground and elevated storage facilities, water pumping and wastewater lift stations, wastewater collection mains and water distribution mains within the corporate limits of the city. This division also performs meter maintenance functions on all customer water services throughout the city.
View the 2016 Water Quality Report
You may experience sluggish drains in your home or business occasionally. You may also notice an overflow near the property line coming from your city cleanout. This could be caused by a blockage in the sewer line, or it may be the result of tree roots that have grown into the sewer line.
If you experience any of these problems, notify the Utility Operations Division of Public Works by calling (972)462-5150 Monday through Friday between the hours of 7 am and 4:30 pm. For emergency situations after normal business hours and on weekends and holidays, call (972)462-5150. The phone system will immediately page the on-call technician who should return your call within an appropriate amount of time to get the necessary information regarding the problem. You will be asked to leave your name, phone number, and address so the technician can return your call. You may also call Coppell Police Dispatch at (972)304-3610.
Sewer overflows and backups can cause health hazards, damage to home interiors, and threats to the environment. One of the most common causes of sewer overflows is blockage by grease. Grease gets into the sewer system from household drains and poorly maintained grease traps in restaurants and other businesses. The easiest way to prevent the problem is to keep grease out of the sewer system by following these simple suggestions: