• Don't Be Caught Off Guard!  Are You Prepared?

    (POSTED May 29 6 PM)  The weather forecast for the DFW area calls for additional rain over the next 24-hours.  The Elm Fork of the Trinity River is expected to continue rising into Sunday morning.  Coppell Fire and Police are closely monitoring streets, creeks and waterways surrounding and traveling through Coppell, particularly neighborhoods running along The Elm Fork of the Trinity and low lying areas.
  • 2015 Summer Reading Program

    The annual Summer Reading Program at the William T. Cozby Public Library in Coppell starts on Saturday, June 6. Everyone is invited to kick-off summer reading with games, face painting, balloons and more at the library between 2 and 3 PM. This is also the first day for all ages to register and track their reading online, and earn prizes.  
  • Library Renovation

    This fall, the William T. Cozby Public Library will move to a temporary facility when construction begins on the expansion project currently being planned. The library will relocate to 500 Southwestern Boulevard to the former fire administration building near Old Coppell and Coppell Animal Services. Watch for more information about the date of the move in the months to come.
  • The CORE Participating in the World's Largest Swim Lesson June 18

    On Thursday, June 18th, 2015, tens of thousands of kids and adults at aquatic facilities around the world will unite for the sixth year in a row to set a new Guinness World Record.™ The CORE (formerly the Coppell Aquatic and Recreation Center), is a participating facility in the global record attempt for The World’s Largest Swimming Lesson™ (WLSL), which will take place at 10 a.m. 
  • Summer Movie in the Plaza Featuring Back to the Future

    Celebrate the end of the school year and kick-off summer with a FREE movie under the stars! Bring a blanket or chairs to the Town Center Plaza for a showing of beloved family classic, Back to the Future. Pack a picnic or purchase some mini-burgers from Easy Slider and cool off with a snow cone from Kona Ice. 

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  • Applications for Spirit of Coppell Parade Now Available

    Applications to participate in the Spirit of Coppell 4th of July Parade are now available! Sign-up your group to participate in the Patriotic Parade on Saturday morning. More information, and applications can be found on the July 4th Activities page.


  • Pavement Repair on Denton Tap Rd. and MacArthur Blvd.

    FNH Construction, working on behalf of the City of Coppell, will begin pavement repair work on both Denton Tap and MacArthur Blvd starting June 6th, 2015. This project is expected to be complete in a 75 day window- prior to school starting in the fall.
  • Coppell Farmers Market Open Saturdays 8AM-Noon

    With beautiful Spring sunshine upon us, now is the perfect time to visit the Coppell Farmers Market! The Market is open every Saturday from 8AM - Noon at 768 W. Main St in Old Town Coppell. Visit the Market to meet local growers and producers and purchase fresh, locally grown fruits and vegetables, as well as meats, cheeses, breads and other artisan items!

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    Whispering Hills Drive Construction To Limit Traffic To Southbound Only


    Whispering Hills Drive is to be reconstructed in its entirety from Magnolia to Sandy Lake Road.  McMahon Contracting has been awarded the $2.2-million dollar project paid for by the ¼-cent sales tax collected for street maintenance.  The project consists of new roadway paving, sidewalks & utilities and improved drainage. 

  • Trail Stabilization and Pedestrian Bridge
    Project to Begin in March

    In February 2015, the Coppell City Council awarded a construction contract for Andy Brown East Erosion/Trail Stabilization and Levee Pedestrian Bridge project, to Core Construction. The project consists of the installation of sea walls and trail stabilization around the lake edge for the lake located on the East side of Moore Road Park. 
  • Before the Storm - Preparing and Sheltering

    Severe weather outbreaks are more common than not in Texas. Preparing ahead of time, prior to an emergency situation, is critical. Understand the hazards that can affect you, develop a plan and practice, so when the time comes, you will KnowWhat2Do!  

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