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Effective as of 8 a.m. on Monday, March 23, City of Coppell facilities will be closed to the public and focusing on virtual services for residents. The City of Coppell is committed to providing continuity of government services for Coppell residents while helping ensure our citizens and City of Coppell employees stay safe. With guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Dallas County, the City has cancelled large group gatherings, increased cleaning measures in all City facilities, and enabled work from home for City staff when possible. The City of Coppell is prepared to meet resident needs throughout the duration of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Emergency services will be uninterrupted. The Coppell Police, Fire, and Public Works Departments are fully staffed and have protocols in place to protect first responders so they can continue to serve the community.
The following closures and changes will go into effect effective 8 a.m. on March 23. Unless otherwise specified, these closures will be in effect through Tuesday, April 28, 2020. These service modifications are subject to change as circumstances warrant.
Unless otherwise specified, all City sponsored events are cancelled through April 28, 2020. The City asks residents to continue to use CDC-recommended guidelines for social distancing in public places such as trails, parks, and open spaces.
Trash and recycling services through Republic Services will remain unchanged. Residents will continue to receive trash and recycling pick-up on regularly scheduled collection days.
This is a rapidly evolving situation, and updates will be made as new information becomes available. The City of Coppell is working closely with community partners, including Coppell ISD, to keep the community informed. Visit coppelltx.gov/coronavirus for the latest information about closures and community impacts.
For more information about COVID-19, precautionary actions you can take or what to do if you fall ill, visit cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/.