Atmos Energy Controlled Natural Gas Flaring March 8

    Atmos Energy crews and contractors will oversee a controlled natural gas flaring on March 8, 2015, beginning at approximately 8:00 AM at the northwest corner of the intersection of Sandy Lake Rd. and N. Coppell Rd. The company will be replacing a section of natural gas pipeline in the area as part of normal, routine maintenance operations.
    “Flaring” is a standard industry practice to safely burn natural gas that must be removed from a specific section of pipeline so that employees can work on the pipe. People in the area will notice a large, controlled flame and moderate noise for approximately three to four hours.
    The Coppell fire department, sheriff department, police department, city officials and 911 operators have been advised of the flaring.
    About Atmos Energy
    Atmos Energy Corporation, headquartered in Dallas, is one of the country’s largest natural-gas-only distributors, serving more than 3 million natural-gas distribution customers in some 1,400 communities in eight states from the Blue Ridge Mountains in the East to the Rocky Mountains in the West. Atmos Energy manages company-owned natural gas pipeline and storage assets, including one of the largest intrastate natural gas pipeline systems in Texas and provides natural gas marketing and procurement services to industrial, commercial and municipal customers primarily in the Midwest and Southeast. For more information, visit www.atmosenergy.com.
  • Coppell Farmers Market Next Winter Market Day - March 14

    The Coppell Farmers Market winter market dates continue on Mar. 14.  Don't miss the bounty available during the winter markets offering fresh kale, collards, and other seasonal produce. 

  • 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. 
  • Jeans & Jewels Casino Night at the Coppell Senior and Community Center

    Dust off your rhinestones and cowboy boots and try your hand at all your favorite games: Blackjack, Texas Hold ‘em, Craps and more!  Don’t miss out on “Jeans and Jewels” Casino Night at the Coppell Senior Center! 
  • Plaza Music Series Returns this March!

    Gather your family and friends, picnic baskets and chairs and join us for a concert in the Plaza!  The City of Coppell is pleased to announce the lineup of Plaza music this Spring, featuring popular Beatles tribute band, Me & My Monkey, and 4ever Young and the Reflections, covering oldies rock ‘n’ roll favorites! 
  • Hazardous Weather Update  -  Posted 2:00 PM  on  03 05 2015

    Garbage Collection

    Due to hazardous road conditions, Thursday Republic Services collection will shift to Friday.  Please have your trash out by 7 AM at your regular collection point.
  • Public Workshop on Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan

    The City of Coppell is seeking input regarding the Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan.  A public workshop was held Wed., Feb. 11 at Town Center where about 90 people showed and provided valuable input.  For those who  missed the meeting, another opportunity to provide input is available via an online survey. 
  • 2nd Annual Coppell/Grapevine Police Motorcycle Competition

    The Coppell Police Department is proud to announce the 2nd Annual Coppell/Grapevine Police Motorcycle Competition (a continuance of the Coppell Rodeo established in 2009) to be held March 12 – 14, 2015. This is a training and competition event for police motor officers from around the state and nation. A full schedule of events can be found on their website at www.cgpolicemotorrodeo.com.

  • Coppell Fire Department Reminds Citizens To Change Your Battery on March 8

    As most Americans set their clocks forward one hour, the Coppell Fire Department wants homeowners to “change your clocks and change your batteries” on Sunday, March 8. “Fresh batteries in smoke alarms and carbon monoxide detectors can help provide the extra seconds needed to save a life,” Coppell Fire Chief Kevin Richardson states.
  • City of Coppell Blood Drive - March 17

    Did you know that every three seconds a patient in the United States is in need of a blood transfusion? A single donation to a blood drive can save up to 3 lives! You can help make a difference at the City of Coppell Blood Drive.


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