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Please call 9-1-1. Purpose The purpose of this page is to present matters of public interest to let Coppell residents, businesses, visitors and other interested parties know about all the great programs, services and events going on in the city. We welcome your positive comments and will do our best to respond to your inquiries in a timely manner. Call us at 972-462-0022 if you need to. This is a moderated online discussion site and not a public forum. Guidelines We wish to promote effective communication and maintain a respectful dialogue on our page. In that spirit, here are the guidelines for posting comments. The City of Coppell reserves the right to restrict or remove any content that is deemed in violation of these guidelines or any applicable laws. Comments on City posts must be within the scope of the topic under discussion. Comments or material not topically related to the site or article being commented upon will not be permitted. Your comments must be civil. They must not contain malicious, offensive, threatening, profane or insulting language or obscene content. No references to the personality of other participants or individuals, or attacks on individual character will be permitted. Comments containing any of the following will not be allowed for posting: • Content that promotes, fosters or perpetuates discrimination on the basis of race, creed, color, age, religion, gender, marital status, status with regard to public assistance, national origin, physical or mental disability, or sexual orientation; • Personal attacks, insults or threatening language; • Plagiarized material; private, personal material published without consent; or potentially libelous material; • Conduct or encouragement of illegal activity; • Information that may tend to compromise the safety or security of the public or public systems. Information about locating and sharing knowledge and expertise is welcomed, but within the specific discussion provided here. Links to other websites or pages must be relevant to the topic. Advertising or promotional announcements are not permitted. This is a page for community issues and not for electoral campaign purposes. Such messages will be removed. The appearance of advertising and/or external links and/or opinions expressed by visitors on this site does not constitute official endorsement on behalf of the City of Coppell.

Mission: "The mission of the Coppell Fire Department is to serve the community and our members by preserving and protecting life, the environment and property."

Operating as usual

10/12/2020
Life Safety Park

Take care of your smoke alarms and they’ll take care of you!

We're all working or schooling virtually from home these days, with headphones on to drown out the sounds of barking, meowing, or kids playing in the background. We get it! Things are different this year, but one fire safety fact is still the same...Anyone? Anyone? Bueller?

Working smoke alarms save lives! 🙌

✅ Test smoke alarms monthly
✅ Change batteries at least once a year
✅ Replace old smoke alarms after ten years
✅ Make sure everyone in your home knows the sound of a smoke alarm, and what to do when they sound.

10/05/2020
Life Safety Park

Follow Life Safety Park through the month of October for more Fire Prevention Month fun!

It's National Fire Prevention Month! This year's theme is "Serve Up Fire Safety in the Kitchen." Follow along each week to learn about how to help keep your homes and families safe from fire.

Week #1: Let's check out what Resident CFD Fire Clown Moe is cooking up...

#FPW #FireSafety #KitchenSafety #KeepAnEyeOnWhatYouFry #PutALidOnIt #StandByYourPan
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09/11/2020
Coppell Police Department

The video from the Patriot Day ceremony might be a little hard to watch. Sorry about that! Here's another view from the ceremony!

09/11/2020
We’re going to be LIVE with the annual Patriot Day Ceremony in 5 minutes!
09/11/2020

We’re going to be LIVE with the annual Patriot Day Ceremony in 5 minutes!

Please join us virtually tomorrow morning for the annual Patriot Day Ceremony, beginning at 8:30 AM. The event will be l...
09/10/2020

Please join us virtually tomorrow morning for the annual Patriot Day Ceremony, beginning at 8:30 AM. The event will be live-streamed on both our page and the Coppell Police Department page. #NeverForget

The City of Coppell invites you to join us virtually for the annual Patriot Day Ceremony beginning at 8:30 am TOMORROW, September 11. The event will be livestreamed on both the Coppell Police Department and Coppell Fire Department City of Coppell Texas's pages.

We anxiously await the delivery of these three new engines to add to our firefighting apparatus fleet! Once in service, ...
08/29/2020

We anxiously await the delivery of these three new engines to add to our firefighting apparatus fleet! Once in service, these engines will help CFD continue to provide first-rate service to the community. After a few more punch list items are checked off then they should be on their way south to us soon. Thank you Pierce and Siddons-Martin! #Shiny

The Coppell Fire Department City of Coppell Texas is inspecting a new fleet of three (3) custom Pierce Velocity pumpers! These new pumpers will serve alongside the department's new Pierce Ascendant 107' aerial, delivered last year, and a fleet of other frontline and reserve Pierce fire apparatus. Thank you Coppell FD for continually choosing Pierce Mfg and Siddons-Martin Emergency Group!

The Coppell Fire Department Honor Guard and Pipe and Drum Corps members assisted with the LODD funeral of Ringgold Volun...
07/24/2020

The Coppell Fire Department Honor Guard and Pipe and Drum Corps members assisted with the LODD funeral of Ringgold Volunteer Assistant Fire Chief, Duncan Henderson. The Ringgold Fire Department honored him Thursday in a procession, where firefighters, family, and residents all came to say their final goodbyes. Henderson had only been with the department for five years before his untimely death. Our thoughts and prayers are with Chief Henderson’s Family, the Ringgold Fire Department, and friends.

Great opportunity for incoming college students (or any college student) coming up next week. The course is free and co-...
07/21/2020
College Safety 101

Great opportunity for incoming college students (or any college student) coming up next week. The course is free and co-hosted by UNT PD. Details in original post below.

Headed off to college? About to live on your own for the first time? Hear from local professionals on the latest home, fire, and personal safety tips for incoming college students and first time renters.

06/29/2020
Life Safety Park

Life Safety Park

Fireworks cause thousands of injuries each year 😵. In addition, consumer fireworks are ILLEGAL in populated areas of Dallas, Denton, and Tarrant counties. We know things will be different this Independence Day with many professional fireworks shows canceled, but don't be a [Dan] Doofus!

Here's a few other ideas to get into the patriotic spirit 🇺🇸:
⭐️ Use glow sticks - a fun and safe alternative to sparklers.
⭐️ Noise makers are sure to make a statement...just be respectful of your neighbors and during the evenings.
⭐️ Have an outdoor movie night! Don't forget the bugspray!
⭐️ Red, white, and blue silly string...fun for all ages.
⭐️ Make a patriotic craft or recipe with the family.
⭐️ Throw a birthday party for the USA, and don't forget the cake.

Celebrate safely!

05/29/2020

NOTICE: The City of Coppell is working to respond to a gas leak at the intersection of N. Coppell Rd and W. Sandy Lake Rd. Responders have shut down the area. Residents are advised to stay indoors and follow any further safety instructions. We will update as more information becomes available.

05/27/2020
Life Safety Park

The clowns are at it again, reminding us all to stay safe in and around water this summer! Be sure to register for one of LSP’s free water and heat safety classes to get your very own water watcher lanyard! See original post below for more info.

Now that it's officially summer (yay!), the Coppell Fire Department City of Coppell Texas Clowns would like to remind you and your families to stay Water Smart!

Did you know that*:
💧 40% of drownings occur in backyard pools, and 30% in community pools?
💧 64% of drownings occur when an adult was present.
💧 In the 10 seconds it takes for you to cross a room to get a towel, a child can be submerged, and within 2 minutes can lose consciousness.

✅ Any time children are playing in or around water, including pools, spas, lakes, and even your home bathtub, an adult water watcher should be vigilantly supervising play. That means no distractions, no alcoholic drinks, and no cellphones while watching the littles.

Register for one of our free summer Water & Heat Safety courses today, where adults can get their very own Water Watcher lanyard! www.LifeSafetyPark.org

*Data provided by knowbeforeyougo.org

Even in challenging times like these, life goes on and produces some uniquely memorable moments. Thank you to the Faldmo...
04/30/2020
Mother shares touching moment her baby was born in lockdown

Even in challenging times like these, life goes on and produces some uniquely memorable moments. Thank you to the Faldmo family for sharing your beautiful story. Proud of our team, all their hard work and continued dedication to the community.

Ashley Faldmo, from Texas, went viral with a poignant pictures she posted, showing her nursing her newborn baby surrounded by first responders in masks.

CFD responded to a reported structure fire at 600 S MacArthur Blvd.  Firefighters arrived to find two vehicles fully inv...
04/28/2020

CFD responded to a reported structure fire at 600 S MacArthur Blvd. Firefighters arrived to find two vehicles fully involved within close proximity to the building. Crews were able to extinguish the vehicles and prevent the building from becoming involved.

Life Safety Park
04/24/2020
Life Safety Park

Life Safety Park

This weekend, you can purchase certain emergency preparation supplies tax free during the sales tax holiday. This year’s holiday begins at 12:01 a.m. on Saturday, April 25, and ends at midnight on Monday, April 27. Depending on the retailer, purchases can be made in store, online, or over the telephone.

Note that certain supplies do not qualify for the tax exemption, such as personal protection equipment (medical/face masks, gloves, etc.) cleaning supplies, paper towels, toilet paper, and others. The full list of items can be found in the article below.

City of Coppell, TX Municipal Government
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On Friday 4/17, Coppell FD responded to a structure fire located at 1315 Riverchase Dr. Crews arrived to find smoke comi...
04/20/2020

On Friday 4/17, Coppell FD responded to a structure fire located at 1315 Riverchase Dr. Crews arrived to find smoke coming from a 2nd floor apartment. Firefighters conducted forcible entry into the apartment for fire attack and during the primary search located an unconscious male. Firefighters rescued the occupant and transported the patient to the hospital. Firefighters also located the occupant’s unconscious pet and were able to successfully revive the pet. The fire was extinguished and contained to the apartment of origin.

Help us help you! A good reminder from Life Safety Park to make sure your house number is clearly visible from the road ...
04/14/2020

Help us help you! A good reminder from Life Safety Park to make sure your house number is clearly visible from the road for emergency services and delivery drivers. Check out the original post for more information.

Here's a quick and easy home project to complete one afternoon, with items you may already have in your garage: making sure your house number is clearly visible from the road. Why? This helps emergency services find your home much easier. And let's be honest, these days your food/grocery delivery driver will find it helpful, too! Nobody likes a cold pizza.

House numbers affixed to the exterior of your home should be 4-6 inches tall, and away from any obstructions such as shrubs, bushes, fences, ect. If they can be illuminated, even better.

Curbs may also be painted with your house number as well. Typically this is done with a painted black or white background, and contrasting number color. See images for examples (dog approved 🐾👍). Don't forget to touch them up now and then!

Nice How-To article: https://yourdallashandyman.com/diy-curb-address-painting/

#HelpUsHelpYou #HomeSafety #HowTo #HomeImprovement

Big thanks to Smashburger for providing our crew lunch today! It really "hit" the spot. 👍 #community #support #eatlocal
04/06/2020

Big thanks to Smashburger for providing our crew lunch today! It really "hit" the spot. 👍 #community #support #eatlocal

Congratulations to Firefighter/Paramedic Chris Leech for his 29 years of service with the Coppell Fire Department! Firef...
04/01/2020

Congratulations to Firefighter/Paramedic Chris Leech for his 29 years of service with the Coppell Fire Department! Firefighter Leech is currently assigned to E122 B-Shift.
#heisnotdoneyet #seniorman

Some good news 📣 Congrats to DC Mark Daniels and BC Bryan White for 30… yes THIRTY YEARS of service to the CFD.  Thank y...
03/31/2020

Some good news 📣 Congrats to DC Mark Daniels and BC Bryan White for 30… yes THIRTY YEARS of service to the CFD. Thank you for your dedication and commitment to the CFD and the impact you have had on the entire industry. We are truly thankful and appreciative of all you do!

If you are able to donate new or slightly used temporal thermometers, please get in touch with us! Call (972) 304-3512 o...
03/31/2020

If you are able to donate new or slightly used temporal thermometers, please get in touch with us! Call (972) 304-3512 or email [email protected]. Thank you!

Coppell Fire Chief Kevin Richardson is requesting donations for new or slightly used temporal thermometers. If you are able to donate, please email [email protected] or call 972-304-3512.

If you or your place of business has any of the items listed below and you are willing and able to donate, please send a...
03/23/2020

If you or your place of business has any of the items listed below and you are willing and able to donate, please send an email to [email protected] or call 972-304-3512. Thank you for your assistance!

The City of Coppell is currently seeking donations of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) for First Responders. While we have the supplies to serve the community, we would like to begin gathering a larger inventory should the need grow. If you or your place of business has any of the items listed below and you are willing and able to donate, please send an email to [email protected] or call 972-304-3512. Thank you for your assistance!

03/19/2020
City of Coppell, TX Municipal Government

Please listen in to this round table discussion held at last night’s Special Called Council Meeting, as several members of Coppell’s leadership community provide updates on how each of their organizations is responding to the COVID-19 pandemic. Here is a breakdown of the video:

5-minute mark: Resolution to extend the Mayoral Declaration of a State of Emergency as a result of the COVID-19 Virus.
14-minute mark: Mayor’s remarks on City’s effort to protect the community.
20-minute mark: Medical Director Dr. Sharon Malone’s remarks on COVID-19 symptoms and health impacts.
37-minute mark: Fire Chief Kevin Richardson’s remarks on CFD’s response to the pandemic.
49-minute mark: Police Chief Danny Barton’s perspective of CPD’s focus on safety operations during the pandemic.
54-minute mark: CISD Superintendent Brad Hunt’s statement on the school district’s commitment to student well-being.
1-hr mark: City Manager Mike Land’s remarks on City operations.
1-hr 18-minute mark: City Attorney Robert Hager and City Council members review the City’s resolution to extend the Mayoral Declaration of a State of Emergency.

Please remember that the severity of this pandemic in large part depends on our community response. We ask you to remain vigilant of your handwashing and hygiene practices, continue social distancing, but remain the neighborly community that Coppell has always been known for.

City Council had a Special Called Council Meeting on March 18, 2020 to address information and concerns for COVID-19 as well as consider a resolution to extend the Mayoral Declaration of a State of Emergency as a result of the COVID-19 virus. The State of Emergency was extended through April 28, 2020.

Please see the below post regarding Coppell’s Declaration of Local Disaster for Public Health.
03/13/2020

Please see the below post regarding Coppell’s Declaration of Local Disaster for Public Health.

Declaration of Local Disaster for Public Health Emergency from Coppell Mayor Karen Hunt:

"There are currently no cases of the virus in Coppell. We are taking the following measure as an abundance of caution. Based on the Dallas County Health and Human Services Department’s recommendation, I have declared a local state of emergency for Coppell. Due to the spread of COVID-19 to the region, Dallas County has recommended that local municipalities take precautionary measures to reduce the incidence of contagion. Therefore, the decision has been made in an attempt to slow the spread of the disease and safeguard the health of our community. This is a rapidly evolving situation, and we will keep you all updated as new information becomes available."

For more information, or to view the full declaration online, visit coppelltx.gov/coronavirus.

Stay tuned to coppelltx.gov and City social media accounts for additional updates throughout the day on impacts to facil...
03/13/2020
City of Coppell, TX Municipal Government

Stay tuned to coppelltx.gov and City social media accounts for additional updates throughout the day on impacts to facilities and events for the upcoming week (March 13 - March 20).

The City of Coppell has created a webpage, coppelltx.gov/coronavirus, with information and resources regarding Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) as provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). We will update the page as necessary, but encourage residents to also follow the CDC and keep up to date with state and local health departments for ongoing developments of the COVID-19 virus.

Honored to accept on behalf of the CFD the Texas Fire Chiefs Association “Best Practice” Accreditation. Thank you to the...
03/10/2020

Honored to accept on behalf of the CFD the Texas Fire Chiefs Association “Best Practice” Accreditation. Thank you to the membership for all the hard work and continued dedication to constantly improve our services. We are blessed and thankful for a community who supports our efforts.

A great free course offering to help prepare your families for severe weather! Hands-on activities and learning with rea...
03/05/2020

A great free course offering to help prepare your families for severe weather! Hands-on activities and learning with real meteorologists and first responders. More information can be found in the original post.

Join us Saturday, March 28th for a special weather workshop with CBS DFW Meteorologist Jeff Ray! Get hands-on with weather experiments, explore a storm chaser vehicle, and enjoy even more family fun activities. The class is free! Register today:
http://ow.ly/ijx150yuNNc

Coppell Fire Department crews responded to a structure fire early Friday morning. The fire was quickly contained and ext...
02/25/2020

Coppell Fire Department crews responded to a structure fire early Friday morning. The fire was quickly contained and extinguished.
Special thanks to the Carrollton Fire Department for their assistance.

Throwback Thursday. Coppell Fire Department’s first paid Firefighter was Randy Corbin. Randy began his career with the C...
02/20/2020

Throwback Thursday.
Coppell Fire Department’s first paid Firefighter was Randy Corbin. Randy began his career with the Coppell FD as a Volunteer FF in 1966 until becoming the first paid FF in 1972.

Congratulations to the newest members of the Coppell Fire Department! They recently completed their 3 week orientation a...
02/17/2020

Congratulations to the newest members of the Coppell Fire Department! They recently completed their 3 week orientation and begin shift work this week. L to R:
Sebouh Koulian - 1C
Beau Miller - 1A
Ryan Perry - 2A
Jonathon Quinones - 1B
Eric Pedroza - 3A

#MoveOver or #SlowDown for stopped emergency vehicles. It's the law. Be safe out there!
02/11/2020

#MoveOver or #SlowDown for stopped emergency vehicles. It's the law. Be safe out there!

A reminder, especially with the wet roads out there today, that if you see stopped emergency vehicles working an incident that you MUST move over a lane of traffic or slow down to 20 mph below the posted speed limit. Stay alert and drive safe! #MoveOverSlowDown #ItsTheLaw #EveryoneGoesHome #TxDOT

Tow trucks, construction vehicles, highway or utility service vehicles, and sanitation vehicles are also included in this law:
https://www.txdot.gov/driver/share-road/move-over-slow-down.html

Today was a historical day as we broke ground for construction of Fire House #4. We are extremely thankful for all the s...
01/28/2020

Today was a historical day as we broke ground for construction of Fire House #4. We are extremely thankful for all the support and can’t wait to open in December. Let’s go already!

Out of respect for Lewisville Fire Chief Timothy Tittle's funeral procession, please avoid Freeport Pkwy between Highway...
01/24/2020

Out of respect for Lewisville Fire Chief Timothy Tittle's funeral procession, please avoid Freeport Pkwy between Highway 121 and Ruby Rd from 4-7 PM today, 1/24. This includes both the northbound and southbound lanes.

Alternate traffic routes can be found by utilizing Royal Ln or Bethel Rd. Thank you for your cooperation.

The traditional “push-in” ceremony makes it official….. Q124 in service! Thank you CFD Apparatus Committee for all the h...
01/16/2020

The traditional “push-in” ceremony makes it official….. Q124 in service! Thank you CFD Apparatus Committee for all the hard work and thank you to the community for continued support. The Paramedic Quint Company will serve many functions and is committed to providing the highest level of services.

Coppell is now a PulsePoint community! Learn CPR and Download the free app, and you could save a life! More in the artic...
12/07/2019

Coppell is now a PulsePoint community! Learn CPR and Download the free app, and you could save a life! More in the article below.

The City of Coppell and the Coppell Fire Department City of Coppell Texas are proud to announce the release of PulsePoint, a new, free-to-download mobile application that empowers citizens trained in CPR to provide potentially lifesaving assistance to nearby victims of sudden cardiac arrest. Coppell partnered with North Texas Emergency Communication Center - NTECC, Carrollton, TX - City Government and the Town of Addison to launch the application. Learn more at bit.ly/2DVJ6wN, and also be sure to check out CBS DFW's coverage of launch at cbsloc.al/36alW1N. ⛑

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265 Parkway Blvd
Coppell, TX
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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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ALL FIRED UP! In early March 2020, I had a pleasurable experience dealing with the Coppell Fire Department after a malfunction in a smoke alarm in our apartment on Riverchase Drive. The Charge of the Coppell Brigade was led by Michael and his able men Steward, Cameroon, Alberto and Robb. They arrived within minutes of my call, and very thoroughly inspected the devices in question, cleaned them and gave us patient, useful advice on next steps if there was to be a recurrence. What my wife and I absolutely admired was their supremely calm demeanor, patience with numerous questions, and the overall feeling of reassurance they exuded. Coppell is indeed fortunate to have such a wonderful team serving the city, and God Bless Coppell and its firemen. You have a fine band of men and women there, Chief Kevin Richardson!
Please join the Coppell Chamber of Commerce in honoring our local heroes! This event is open to the public and complimentary to First Responders but does require a reservation. The luncheon will take place at Hackberry Creek from 11:30am - 1:00pm. Please see www.coppellchamber.org or call the chamber office at 972 393-2829 for more information.
Hi, as a Community Outreach Specialist at Life Line Screening, The Nation's leading provider in preventative healthcare, I wanted to let the community know about the Stroke and Vascular Disease Prevention screenings we are having in the community for seniors! Below is a link to our event taking place at Four Points by Sheraton Dallas Fort Worth on Friday, January 31st. https://www.facebook.com/events/933698877000068/
Hi, as a Community Outreach Specialist at Life Line Screening, The Nation's leading provider in preventative healthcare, I wanted to let the community know about the Stroke and Vascular Disease Prevention screenings we are having in the community for seniors! Below is a link to our event taking place at Four Points by Sheraton Dallas Fort Worth on Wednesday, October 16th. Every Like, Tag, or Share could save a life. Thank you. https://business.facebook.com/events/2365818107079076/
Hi, as a Community Outreach Specialist at Life Line Screening, The Nation's leading provider in preventative healthcare, I wanted to let the community know about the Stroke and Vascular Disease Prevention screenings we are having in the community for seniors! Below is a link to our event taking place at Four Points by Sheraton on Wednesday, October 16th. Every Like, Tag, or Share could save a life. Thank you. https://business.facebook.com/events/2365818107079076/
Coppell Fire Truck 123 serving the citizens of Coppell.
Coppell Fire Engine 121 at Station 1 serving the citizens of Coppell.
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HUGE thank you to coppell fire station #2 for allowing our baseball boys and parents to take cover yesterday during the storm! We cannot thank you enough for your generosity! And thank you to the PD for sending over an officer over as well.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: UPDATED March 25, 2019 Funeral arrangements for Firefighter/Paramedic Michael Williams have been set. All the information below including parking and staging for the apparatus procession can also be found at www.michaelwilliamsfuneral.com. Visitation: Open to all, Wednesday, March 27 from 6-8pm. Mulkey-Bowles Montgomery Funeral Home (705 N. Locust Street, Denton, TX 76201). A private family viewing will be held prior, please respect their time. Funeral: Open to all, Thursday, March 28 at 11am. Fellowship Church – Grapevine (2450 TX-121, Grapevine, TX 76051) Procession & Graveside: Open to all, following the service. Roselawn Memorial Park (3801 Roselawn Drive, Denton, TX 76207) If you are bringing fire apparatus for the procession, please contact Dustin ([email protected]). Reception: Open to all, following the graveside. RT’s (1100 Dallas Dr #124, Denton, TX 76205) In lieu of flowers, the family is asking for donations to be made to Michael’s Memories @ www.michaelsmemories.org
Thank you to the firefighters who visited Coppell Early Care and Education today. My four-year-old kept telling us about it all through dinner! And the two-year-old just kept yelling "fire" and grinning! You do a great job keeping us all safe and training the kids on fire safety!