Coppell Fire Department City of Coppell Texas

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Please call 9-1-1. For assistance from Fire Administration, please contact us at [email protected] or 972-304-3512 Mon-Fri 7:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Answers to many Frequently Asked Questions can be found on our website at: coppelltx.gov/government/departments/fire-department

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Please call 9-1-1. For assistance from Fire Administration, please contact us at [email protected] or 972-304-3512 Mon-Fri 7:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Answers to many Frequently Asked Questions can be found on our website at: coppelltx.gov/government/departments/fire-department

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Operating as usual

01/01/2022

Happy New Year! Start your year off safe: Remember to test your home smoke alarms this month! 🛠 While you're up there, it's also a good idea to clean the unit. #FriendlyPSA #HearTheBeepWhereYouSleep #DontWaitCheckTheDate #SmokeAlarmsSaveLives #SoundsOfSafety

12/28/2021

Christmas trees are beautiful while they last, but become a major fire hazard as they dry out! As you get ready to dispose of your Christmas tree, here are a few tips:

Undecorating:
🎀 Use the gripping area--not the cord--on the plug when unplugging electrical decorations.
🎀 As you pack up light strings, inspect each line for damage, throwing out any sets that have loose connections, broken sockets or cracked or bare wires.
🎀 Store electrical decorations in a dry place away from children and pets where they will not be damaged by water or dampness.

Tree Disposal:
🎄 Dispose of your tree as soon as it becomes dry! Look for excessive needle shed and decreased water consumption.
🎄 Unflocked trees will be picked up only after decorations have been removed.
🎄 See coppelltx.gov/262/trash-recycling for more refuse information.

From our family to yours, we wish you a very happy, healthy, and safe Holiday Season. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year...
12/25/2021

From our family to yours, we wish you a very happy, healthy, and safe Holiday Season. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

From our family to yours, we wish you a very happy, healthy, and safe Holiday Season. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

12/15/2021

Just like that, the last gift has left Town Center and the sleighs are away! A big thank you to all who donated and participated in this year’s Make A Child Smile effort.

The Coppell Fire Department joins our nation in remembering and honoring the 2,403 service members and civilians that lo...
12/07/2021

The Coppell Fire Department joins our nation in remembering and honoring the 2,403 service members and civilians that lost their lives and the 1,178 that were injured on December 7th, 1941 during the attacks on Pearl Harbor. #NeverForget

12/01/2021

🎅 Ho, Ho, Hope you remember to test your home smoke alarms this month! 🛠 While you're up there, it's also a good idea to clean the unit. Remember, Santa will know if you test them or not... #FriendlyPSA #HearTheBeepWhereYouSleep #DontWaitCheckTheDate #SmokeAlarmsSaveLives #SoundsOfSafety

From our family to yours, Happy Thanksgiving! We wish you a relaxing and safe holiday.
11/25/2021

From our family to yours, Happy Thanksgiving! We wish you a relaxing and safe holiday.

From our family to yours, Happy Thanksgiving! We wish you a relaxing and safe holiday.

Ready or not, next Thursday is Thanksgiving! As you make your last-minute preparations, please consider this:🦃 Thanksgiv...
11/18/2021

Ready or not, next Thursday is Thanksgiving! As you make your last-minute preparations, please consider this:
🦃 Thanksgiving is the peak day for reported home fires in the U.S.
🔥 Cooking is by far the leading cause of Thanksgiving Day fires.
⚠ Most Thanksgiving Day fires occur between 10 AM - 5 PM.

Please use caution this holiday and follow these safety tips. More information can be found here: https://www.nfpa.org/-/media/Files/Public-Education/Resources/Safety-tip-sheets/ThanksgivingSafety.ashx

Turkey fryers are a big culprit in causes of home cooking fires over the holidays. Avoid the potential injury and damage...
11/16/2021

Turkey fryers are a big culprit in causes of home cooking fires over the holidays. Avoid the potential injury and damage by making sure to follow these safety tips. Or better yet, just leave the frying to the professionals!
Turkey Fryer Gone Wrong: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HYvMWIvghnQ

Turkey fryers are a big culprit in causes of home cooking fires over the holidays. Avoid the potential injury and damage by making sure to follow these safety tips. Or better yet, just leave the frying to the professionals!
Turkey Fryer Gone Wrong: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HYvMWIvghnQ

Today, we also pay tribute to the members of our department who have answered the call to service more than once:"This F...
11/11/2021

Today, we also pay tribute to the members of our department who have answered the call to service more than once:

"This Flag is a tribute to those that have served our Country and the Coppell Fire Department."

Today, we also pay tribute to the members of our department who have answered the call to service more than once:

"This Flag is a tribute to those that have served our Country and the Coppell Fire Department."

Today and every day, we support and are grateful for our veteran brothers and sisters. Thank you for your service! CFD a...
11/11/2021

Today and every day, we support and are grateful for our veteran brothers and sisters. Thank you for your service! CFD appreciates you beyond measure.

“This nation will remain the land of the free only so long as it is the home of the brave.” - Elmer Davis

Today and every day, we support and are grateful for our veteran brothers and sisters. Thank you for your service! CFD appreciates you beyond measure.

“This nation will remain the land of the free only so long as it is the home of the brave.” - Elmer Davis

11/06/2021

Who's excited to gain an extra hour of sleep this weekend?! ✋
⚠ Just a reminder that when you set your clocks back this weekend, it's also a good time to check the batteries in your home smoke alarms!

#DYK that Thanksgiving is the peak day for home fires in the United States? Prevention is the best defense, but knowing ...
11/03/2021
Fire Extinguisher Class

#DYK that Thanksgiving is the peak day for home fires in the United States? Prevention is the best defense, but knowing how to safely utilize fire extinguishers when needed could mean the difference between life and death--or at the very least, prevent a ruined holiday.

Register for Life Safety Park's FREE Fire Extinguisher class on 11/18! Link below:
https://bit.ly/Extinguisher-Class

A free class open to the public which will review the different types of fire extinguishers, recommended maintenance and placement in the home, as well as proper use/technique. After this quick classroom lesson, participants will be given an opportunity to practice their skills by extinguishing a ra...

11/01/2021

🛠 Here's your friendly reminder to test your home smoke alarms this month! 🛠 While you're up there, it's also a good idea to clean the unit. Your turkey will thank you... 🦃 #FriendlyPSA #HearTheBeepWhereYouSleep #DontWaitCheckTheDate #SmokeAlarmsSaveLives #SoundsOfSafety #TalkTurkeyToMe

Chili yesterday, pumpkins today! Along with Life Safety Park, CFD created two submissions for Home Instead's Pumpkin Pal...
10/29/2021

Chili yesterday, pumpkins today! Along with Life Safety Park, CFD created two submissions for Home Instead's Pumpkin Palooza, a fundraiser for "Be a Santa to a Senior."
CFD took home the 'Most Creative' and 'Most Unique' awards. Thank you to Mayor Mays for judging, Home Instead for inviting us, and of course our wonderful community for your support! Happy Halloween!

CFD offered 5 different types of chilis and one dessert, for the City's annual 'Chili, Soup, and Dessert Cook Off & Cost...
10/28/2021

CFD offered 5 different types of chilis and one dessert, for the City's annual 'Chili, Soup, and Dessert Cook Off & Costume Contest' event this afternoon. We didn't take home any awards this year, but we all left full-bellied and full-hearted, as all proceeds and donations from the day went to Michael's Memories.

Some great tips and reminders from Life Safety Park as you make your last minute Halloween/Harvest preparations. Stay sa...
10/26/2021

Some great tips and reminders from Life Safety Park as you make your last minute Halloween/Harvest preparations. Stay safe, neighbors!

Let's go back to 2006 for this week's #TBT. Since it's still Fire Prevention Month, let's keep things fun! Does anybody ...
10/21/2021

Let's go back to 2006 for this week's #TBT. Since it's still Fire Prevention Month, let's keep things fun! Does anybody recognize these clowns?

Remember, this year's prevention theme is to 'Learn the Sounds of Fire Safety.' Please make sure you have working smoke and carbon monoxide alarms in your home.

#DYK that this week is Fire Prevention Week? This year's FPW theme is "Learn the Sounds of Fire Safety."Do you know the ...
10/06/2021
2021 Fire Prevention Week Theme - "Learn the Sounds of Fire Safety"

#DYK that this week is Fire Prevention Week? This year's FPW theme is "Learn the Sounds of Fire Safety."

Do you know the sounds your smoke and carbon monoxide alarms make? Make sure everyone in your family understands each sound, and what to do when they hear them. These devices save lives!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dglE1B1ydIk

NFPA® is the official sponsor of Fire Prevention Week™. This year, Fire Prevention Week is observed between October 3-9, 2021! The 2021 FPW™ campaign, “Learn...

October is a busy month: Not only is it Fire Prevention Month but also Breast Cancer Awareness month, as officially proc...
10/04/2021

October is a busy month: Not only is it Fire Prevention Month but also Breast Cancer Awareness month, as officially proclaimed in Coppell by the Mayor and City Council last Tuesday. To help raise awareness, CFD will be wearing modified pink uniforms and flying pink flags on trucks/engines throughout the entire month of October. #WeFightCancerTogether

Breast cancer death rates declined 40% from 1989
to 2016 among women, mostly attributed
to improvements in early detection. We encourage individuals to know your family's medical history, get regular screenings, and seek preventative care. #BreastCancerAwarenessMonth #CommunityStrong

During Fire Prevention Week, we honor the brave firefighters and first responders who risk their lives to protect us eve...
10/03/2021

During Fire Prevention Week, we honor the brave firefighters and first responders who risk their lives to protect us every day and reaffirm the importance of fire safety and preparedness. Today, all U.S. and Texas flags will be flown at half-staff at city facilities in honor of the National Fallen Firefighters Memorial Service.

During Fire Prevention Week, we honor the brave firefighters and first responders who risk their lives to protect us every day and reaffirm the importance of fire safety and preparedness. Today, all U.S. and Texas flags will be flown at half-staff at city facilities in honor of the National Fallen Firefighters Memorial Service.

🛠 Here's your friendly PSA to test your home smoke alarms this month! 🛠 Also a friendly reminder that cobwebs on your sm...
10/01/2021

🛠 Here's your friendly PSA to test your home smoke alarms this month! 🛠 Also a friendly reminder that cobwebs on your smoke alarms are NOT an acceptable Halloween decoration. Just sayin'...
#FriendlyPSA #HearTheBeepWhereYouSleep #DontWaitCheckTheDate #SmokeAlarmsSaveLives #SoundsOfSafety

🛠 Here's your friendly PSA to test your home smoke alarms this month! 🛠 Also a friendly reminder that cobwebs on your smoke alarms are NOT an acceptable Halloween decoration. Just sayin'...
#FriendlyPSA #HearTheBeepWhereYouSleep #DontWaitCheckTheDate #SmokeAlarmsSaveLives #SoundsOfSafety

Last Friday, Captains McDowell and Spencer both graduated from the Texas Fire Chiefs Academy Certified Fire Executive (C...
09/27/2021

Last Friday, Captains McDowell and Spencer both graduated from the Texas Fire Chiefs Academy Certified Fire Executive (CFE) course. The CFE Academy is a comprehensive, 2-year training opportunity for current fire chiefs and those who aspire to be fire chiefs, open to officers from departments all across the state. Chief Richardson and Chief Daniels traveled down to the ceremony in San Marcos to surprise the graduates. Well done, gentlemen!
#FireFamily #StrongWork

Thank you to the Rotary Club of Coppell for a fun evening of CPR and First Aid instruction at Life Safety Park  last nig...
09/24/2021

Thank you to the Rotary Club of Coppell for a fun evening of CPR and First Aid instruction at Life Safety Park last night! #CommunityStrong #NPM2021

Thank you to the Rotary Club of Coppell for a fun evening of CPR and First Aid instruction at Life Safety Park last night! #CommunityStrong #NPM2021

#TBT this week to 2017, when teams of CFD members were deployed to assist during Hurricane Harvey. This year has also be...
09/16/2021

#TBT this week to 2017, when teams of CFD members were deployed to assist during Hurricane Harvey. This year has also been an active tropical season so far, and our thoughts and prayers continue to go out to our coastal neighbors.

This week, Coppell City Council officially proclaimed September as National Preparedness Month in Coppell. Learn about how you and your family can continue your emergency and disaster preparedness journey by visiting ready.gov/september.
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#NPM #PrepareToProtect #DisastersDontWait #CommunityStrong

Today we remember the bravery and the sacrifice of those first responders, flight attendants, and civilians who perished...
09/11/2021

Today we remember the bravery and the sacrifice of those first responders, flight attendants, and civilians who perished during the September 11, 2001 terror attacks. But on this 20th anniversary, we also celebrate the spirit of a nation and its people that would not and will not ever break.
We will #NeverForget.

Thank you to everyone that joined us for and participated in this morning's Patriot Day ceremony in front of Town Center...
09/10/2021

Thank you to everyone that joined us for and participated in this morning's Patriot Day ceremony in front of Town Center. What a beautiful morning it was to reflect, remember, and celebrate the legacy of those lives lost during the 9/11/2001 attacks. #NeverForget

This Thursday we throw it back to the 2016 Dallas 9/11 Memorial Stair Climb. Held at the Renaissance Tower, the event ho...
09/09/2021

This Thursday we throw it back to the 2016 Dallas 9/11 Memorial Stair Climb. Held at the Renaissance Tower, the event honors the 343 fallen firefighters, 70 police officers, and nine EMS personnel who were killed on September 11, 2001 when the World Trade Center Towers fell.

CFD sent four members, who each wore a lanyard with the name of a fallen first responder. #NeverForget

C Shift crews made quick work of a residential working structure fire yesterday. The fire was contained to the area of o...
09/09/2021

C Shift crews made quick work of a residential working structure fire yesterday. The fire was contained to the area of origin in the garage, and no injuries were reported. #StrongWork

A reminder to store flammable items away from the house, in a shed if possible. #FireSafe #CommunityStrong

Please take some time this week to visit one of the flag displays at any of the four fire stations. Each station has pla...
09/07/2021

Please take some time this week to visit one of the flag displays at any of the four fire stations. Each station has placed 343 flags to pay respects to those 343 FDNY firefighters who never made it home on September 11, 2001.

The flags will be on display all week, and we also invite you to attend the Patriot Day ceremony on Friday morning at 8 AM in front of Coppell Town Center, which will commemorate the 20th Anniversary of 9-11.

The Coppell Arts Center will be hosting the TAKEOFF Arts & Music Festival Sept. 9-12! Our friends at the CAC have been k...
08/27/2021

The Coppell Arts Center will be hosting the TAKEOFF Arts & Music Festival Sept. 9-12! Our friends at the CAC have been kind enough to offer a special 15% off discount for all Takeoff shows for any DFW-area first responder or military service member. Message us for discount details!

Link for more event info: https://www.coppellartscenter.org/events/takeoff

The Coppell Arts Center will be hosting the TAKEOFF Arts & Music Festival Sept. 9-12! Our friends at the CAC have been kind enough to offer a special 15% off discount for all Takeoff shows for any DFW-area first responder or military service member. Message us for discount details!

Link for more event info: https://www.coppellartscenter.org/events/takeoff

It's a "two-fer" today: #TBT and #NationalDogDay, so we had to really dig into the archives. Presenting Pooch Lee! It's ...
08/26/2021

It's a "two-fer" today: #TBT and #NationalDogDay, so we had to really dig into the archives. Presenting Pooch Lee!

It's said that long ago Pooch Lee was officially appointed to the fire department with the title of "Fire House Dog". Pooch was given a plaque and his own personal fire hydrant, plus a medallion to wear around his neck. It's not known if Pooch received minimum wage for his work, but whatever the case he received a very high place of honor in the department. What a good boy!

Don't forget to include your pets in your family's emergency plans! Check out the tip sheet to learn how.

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265 Parkway Blvd
Coppell, TX
75019

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The Fire Department provides emergency and non-emergency assistance to the community 24-hours per day, seven days a week. The Fire Department organization is composed of five divisions designed to reduce the community's risk and potential loss from everyday emergencies such as a fire or medical emergency to a wide-scale event such as a tornado. This is achieved through various preparedness efforts, planning, public education, inspections, fire code enforcement, and fire pre-planning efforts. Each division is responsible for specific goals and objectives directly related to the services they provide.

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Flower Mound Fire Department responded to a reported structure fire this afternoon. Units called a working fire and upgraded to a 2nd alarm bringing all of FMFD and several mutual aid cities to the scene including Grapevine Fire Department and Lewisville Fire. The community was covered by Fill in companies from Denton County Emergency Services District #1, Highland Village Fire Department, Coppell Fire Department City of Coppell Texas and Lewisville Fire. Units that responded to the scene included Engines 507, 502, 503, 504, 501, 506, 163, Quint 565, Trucks 501, 505, 561, Lewisville Rehab 160, Battalion’s 501, 160, 561, Chief’s 503, 504, FMFD Fire Marshal’s Office, Flower Mound Police Department and Flower Mound Animal Services. Flower Mound Professional Firefighters Association Siddons-Martin Emergency Group Pierce Mfg Sandy McGhee, IAFF Dist 11 VP
Thank you Farmers Branch Fire Department for these awesome shots of our Quad Cities Training on Mayday drills this week! We are fortunate to have a great working relationship with Carrollton Texas Fire Rescue, Coppell Fire Department City of Coppell Texas, Farmers Branch Fire Department, and North Texas Emergency Communication Center - NTECC.
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Home Instead Pumpkin Palooza - Pumpkin Decorating Competition - $20 minimum donation to enter. Pumpkins will be judged by Mayor Mays, Tracy Fisher and Todd Storch. 3 Categories: most unique; most creative and scariest pumpkin. All proceeds will be used for Be a Santa to a Senior. Decorate Spooky, Decorate Sweet. Join us for judging and pumpkin treats! #HomeInstead #homecare #coppelltx #carrolltontx #city#cityofcoppell #cityofcoppellmayor #CoppellFire Coppell Fire Department City of Coppell Texas City of Coppell, TX Municipal Government #BeaSantaToaSenior #irvingtx
Love this! Nice work Coppell Fire Department City of Coppell Texas supporting Michael's Memories . . . #MrRestore #FirefighterFriday #HappyFriday
Check out this amazing story from the Coppell Fire Department!
🏫 The Coppell Arts Center was honored to host the Coppell Police Department and Coppell Fire Department City of Coppell Texas Scholarship Award last week sponsored by the Korean Society of Dallas, the National Unification Advisory Council Dallas Chapter, the Korean American Coalition DFW, and the Korean Women's International Network. 🇰🇷 Congratulations to all the scholarship recipients and bravo to the talented performers! 😁
Some of our firefighters attended the HOT FOOLS Keys to the City training offered at the Irving and Grand Prairie Joint Fire Training Center on Friday. Here are a few photos of our firefighters and some of the many others from departments from all over the area. There were several hands-on training stations that all related to forcible entry into buildings. Knowing how and which tool to use in a variety of situations is essential for all firefighters. #Firefighting Irving Fire Department Grand Prairie Fire Department Euless Fire Department Haltom City Firefighter's Association Coppell Fire Department City of Coppell Texas
Getting ready for our drive thru Finish Line today from 10am-2pm at Coppell High School north parking lot. Thanks to the Coppell Fire Department City of Coppell Texas for filling our dunk tank. Dr. Hunt, we are ready for you!
This weekend at the NTT INDYCAR SERIES races at Texas Motor Speedway, we'll be honoring all of the first responders serving at the vaccine clinics run by Denton County Public Health. Thank you all for your amazing, selfless service day after day! Denton County Emergency Services District #1 Aubrey Fire Department Carrollton Texas Fire Rescue Farmers Branch Fire Department Coppell Fire Department City of Coppell Texas The Colony Fire Department City of Denton Fire Department Flower Mound Fire Department Highland Village Fire Department Krum Fire Department Lewisville Fire Little Elm Fire Department Justin Fire Dept. Roanoke, TX Fire Department Trophy Club Fire Department
UPDATE: It has just come to our attention that Addison Circle neighbors Galendar (Garry) Singh, Nonny Sanchez, and Carly Barron actually purchased pizzas from New York Pizza and Pints for the Fire Department, along with 9 cases of water. We are incredibly grateful to them and the many others who have stepped up to help our residents in need. So many people have reached out with the desire to assist the residents who were affected by last night’s apartment fire in Addison Circle. We will be accepting gift cards at the Addison Athletic Club throughout the week. These gift cards will be donated to the American Red Cross for distribution. Gift cards that we recommend include Walmart, Target, Best Buy, Visa/Mastercard, or similar stores. We know those who have been displaced will be extremely grateful. We wanted to extend a special thank you to all of our community partners who stepped up to help, and are continuing to assist, with this devastating event: American Red Cross Farmers Branch Fire Department Coppell Fire Department City of Coppell Texas Carrollton Texas Fire Rescue Pappy's Pet Lodge - Addison (reunited rescued pets with owners) Chick-fil-A Addison FSU Again, our hearts go out to all those that were impacted.