6PM - 9PM // Life Safety Park
11AM - 1PM // Biodiversity Education Center
10AM - 12PM // Biodiversity Education Center
8AM - 12PM // Coppell Farmers Market
7PM - 8PM // Cozby Library and Community Commons
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The Coppell Chamber hosted the annual State of the City luncheon on January 26, 2018. We've come a long way to achieving our continued vision of creating a Community of a Lifetime through sustainable government, business prosperity, growth management, public safety and community engagement. At the event, Mayor Hunt unveiled a video that provided updates on city business, information about upcoming events and more.
The City of Coppell's largest sources of revenue are Property Tax (32.83%), Sales Tax (29.91%) and Service Fees and Permits (21.1%).
Public Safety initiatives comprise the largest portion of the City of Coppell's expenditures. This is followed by General Government activities, Cultural and Recreational endeavors and Public Works projects.
The City of Coppell strives to be fiscally responsible, and funds are carefully allocated to allow for the most efficient use of your tax dollars. For FY17-18, Special Funds received the largest portion of the budget – 20.37%. The second largest budgeted category is Public Safety at 20.08%.