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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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
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🛠 Here's your friendly reminder to test your home smoke alarms this month! 🛠 While you're up there, it's also a good ide...
05/01/2021

🛠 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. #FriendlyPSA #HearTheBeepWhereYouSleep #DontWaitCheckTheDate #SmokeAlarmsSaveLives

🛠 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. #FriendlyPSA #HearTheBeepWhereYouSleep #DontWaitCheckTheDate #SmokeAlarmsSaveLives

#TBT to this aged photo of the original FS1, unknown year. We've come such a long way since!#Grateful #Blessed #TimeFlie...
04/29/2021

#TBT to this aged photo of the original FS1, unknown year. We've come such a long way since!
#Grateful #Blessed #TimeFlies #ThrowbackThursday

#TBT to this aged photo of the original FS1, unknown year. We've come such a long way since!
#Grateful #Blessed #TimeFlies #ThrowbackThursday

04/23/2021

#DYK this weekend you can purchase certain emergency preparedness items tax free? ✅ This Saturday and Sunday would be a great time to increase your household's disaster readiness, and catch a good deal while you do it!
More info at: https://comptroller.texas.gov/taxes/publications/98-1017.php
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#TaxFree #DealsAndSteals #Preparedness #Shopping #Sale

CFD welcomes Firefighter/Paramedic Colton Purcell as the newest member of the Department. Colton is assigned to Fire Sta...
04/23/2021

CFD welcomes Firefighter/Paramedic Colton Purcell as the newest member of the Department. Colton is assigned to Fire Station 2 on B-shift. Congratulations, Colton! Please join us in welcoming him to the family.

CFD welcomes Firefighter/Paramedic Colton Purcell as the newest member of the Department. Colton is assigned to Fire Station 2 on B-shift. Congratulations, Colton! Please join us in welcoming him to the family.

#ThrowbackThursday to the Boys of Summer and the CFD softball team. Good times!
04/22/2021

#ThrowbackThursday to the Boys of Summer and the CFD softball team. Good times!

#ThrowbackThursday to the Boys of Summer and the CFD softball team. Good times!

E121 visited GracePoint Church youngsters yesterday, who were all excited to see a "big red truck" and all the tools! No...
04/21/2021

E121 visited GracePoint Church youngsters yesterday, who were all excited to see a "big red truck" and all the tools! Nothing just quite beats seeing all those smiles. Thank you for a fun morning!

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04/16/2021
Stay Connected | Coppell, TX

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Take a look at this fine group for #ThrowbackThursday! Can you name any of these crew members from shift 2A? Hint: this ...
04/15/2021

Take a look at this fine group for #ThrowbackThursday! Can you name any of these crew members from shift 2A? Hint: this photo was taken in the late 80s.

Take a look at this fine group for #ThrowbackThursday! Can you name any of these crew members from shift 2A? Hint: this photo was taken in the late 80s.

On this #WorkdayWednesday, C Shift crews got some time to train on technical rescue situations and ventilation methods a...
04/14/2021

On this #WorkdayWednesday, C Shift crews got some time to train on technical rescue situations and ventilation methods at the Quad Cities Joint Fire Training Center. Strong work, all! 💪

#ThrowbackThursday time! Check out our old Engine 1 (a 1983 American LaFrance workhorse) sitting in front of the old Fir...
04/08/2021

#ThrowbackThursday time! Check out our old Engine 1 (a 1983 American LaFrance workhorse) sitting in front of the old Fire Station 1. Does the building look familiar? It should! The Old Town unit has since been renovated and has a new owner, but still holds much of the similar look and architecture as it did when it served as the City's anchor.

#ThrowbackThursday time! Check out our old Engine 1 (a 1983 American LaFrance workhorse) sitting in front of the old Fire Station 1. Does the building look familiar? It should! The Old Town unit has since been renovated and has a new owner, but still holds much of the similar look and architecture as it did when it served as the City's anchor.

Fortunately no serious injuries in this large NYC apartment fire, but investigators do know that one person who escaped ...
04/08/2021
Eight-alarm fire at New York City apartment building displaces hundreds

Fortunately no serious injuries in this large NYC apartment fire, but investigators do know that one person who escaped from the fire left a door open, which allowed the fire to spread to hallways and other areas.

If you do unfortunately ever have a fire in your home or apartment, if you can safely close doors on your way out, do it! Closed doors can exceptionally slow or even stop the spread of the fire, potentially saving lives and property. #CloseBeforeYouDoze #SmokeAlarmsSaveLives

Around 90 families were displaced in the fire in Queens, a fire official said.

04/06/2021
Timeline Photos
04/06/2021

Timeline Photos

🌪️⚠️📸 Join us in a national preparedness effort tomorrow! We ask that you post a “selfie” photo in your home or workplace safe place using the hashtag #SafePlaceSelfie. Challenge others to do the same by tagging them in your post -- other family members, friends, colleagues at school or work, or others in your social network. Don't forget to tag us, too, so we can see your awesome work!
Imagine a “Weather-Ready Nation” where everyone knows where to go or where not to go in an emergency, and makes decisions to ensure their safety. It's one less thing to worry about!

A few more work anniversaries to celebrate: please join us in congratulating Deputy Chief Mark Daniels and Battalion Chi...
04/02/2021

A few more work anniversaries to celebrate: please join us in congratulating Deputy Chief Mark Daniels and Battalion Chief Bryan White on their 31 years of service...each! Thank you both for your continued dedication and service to the City of Coppell and beyond.

04/01/2021

🛠 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. #FriendlyPSA #HearTheBeepWhereYouSleep #DontWaitCheckTheDate #SmokeAlarmsSaveLives

Please join us in congratulating Firefighter/Paramedic Chris Leech on his 30 years of service at CFD! Thank you for your...
04/01/2021

Please join us in congratulating Firefighter/Paramedic Chris Leech on his 30 years of service at CFD! Thank you for your continued commitment to serving this great community.

Please join us in congratulating Firefighter/Paramedic Chris Leech on his 30 years of service at CFD! Thank you for your continued commitment to serving this great community.

We're grateful to have such a wonderful Chamber and to be a part of such a great community. Thank YOU for your support!
03/19/2021

We're grateful to have such a wonderful Chamber and to be a part of such a great community. Thank YOU for your support!

The time change is this Sunday! As you set your clocks forward one hour, remember to also change the batteries in your h...
03/12/2021

The time change is this Sunday! As you set your clocks forward one hour, remember to also change the batteries in your home smoke alarms and carbon monoxide detectors!

As you prepare to move your clocks forward one hour this weekend for Daylight Saving Time, Life Safety Park wants homeowners to “change your clocks and change your batteries” on Sunday, March 14.
Read more in the official press release: https://bit.ly/3boXL5c

Timeline Photos
03/10/2021

Timeline Photos

Don't forget that LSP offers free monthly CPR-AED courses for older children and adults! The March class is tomorrow evening. If the course is full, please consider signing up for April or May!
March CPR Class Link: http://bit.ly/March-CPR-Class

03/09/2021

#ICYMI: If you weren't able to join us two weeks ago for the Fire Station 4 Grand Opening, here's the official video. Stay tuned for a virtual tour of the new station, coming soon!

This morning was the official grand opening of Fire Station 4, complete with a hose uncoupling ceremony--the fire servic...
02/25/2021

This morning was the official grand opening of Fire Station 4, complete with a hose uncoupling ceremony--the fire service version of a ribbon-cutting. Thank you once again to everyone that helped make this facility a reality, from our community members to the design and construction contractors, to our city leaders.

Photos from Life Safety Park's post
02/25/2021

Photos from Life Safety Park's post

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02/24/2021
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02/20/2021
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Bottled Water Available at The CORE

02/18/2021
How to Shut Off Your Water at the Meter

Check out this instructional video on how to shut off your home's water supply at your water meter. If you experience a leak in your home as things begin to thaw in the next few days, this will be a crucial action you can take to prevent additional damage.

The sun is beginning to peak back out again. As temperatures continue to slowly climb over the next couple of days, ice ...
02/18/2021

The sun is beginning to peak back out again. As temperatures continue to slowly climb over the next couple of days, ice and snow accumulated on roofs, trees, and towers will melt and fall. Be extra careful under roof edges, awnings, trees, and guy wires!

The sun is beginning to peak back out again. As temperatures continue to slowly climb over the next couple of days, ice and snow accumulated on roofs, trees, and towers will melt and fall. Be extra careful under roof edges, awnings, trees, and guy wires!

02/18/2021

PSA: Do NOT use a grill, oven, stove or similar to heat your home. On top of being a fire hazard, Carbon Monoxide (CO), known as the "invisible killer," is produced by burning fuel in cars or trucks, small engines, stoves, lanterns, grills, fireplaces, gas ranges, portable generators and furnaces. When the gas builds up in enclosed spaces, people or animals who breathe it can be poisoned, sometimes fatally.

PSA: If you are using a generator to heat your home, please be mindful of the potential risks and take necessary precaut...
02/17/2021
Prevent Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

PSA: If you are using a generator to heat your home, please be mindful of the potential risks and take necessary precautions to ensure your own safety! The CDC has a very informative video on generator safety here:
https://youtu.be/jgq8fOKYn1A

This video provides safety tips for preventing carbon monoxide poisoning in your home. Preventive steps include keeping portable generators at least 20 feet ...

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02/17/2021
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Coppell, TX

Coppell Updates - Extreme Winter Weather Event

The city has compiled a list of frequently asked questions regarding the severe winter weather event at bit.ly/CoppellWW...
02/16/2021
Coppell, TX

The city has compiled a list of frequently asked questions regarding the severe winter weather event at bit.ly/CoppellWWFAQ.

Severe Winter Weather FAQs – February 2021

A warming center will be opening at The CORE tonight, February 15, at 6:30 pm for Coppell residents in need. This center...
02/16/2021
Coppell, TX

A warming center will be opening at The CORE tonight, February 15, at 6:30 pm for Coppell residents in need. This center will provide heat, restrooms and power outlets ONLY. To learn more, visit bit.ly/WarmingCoppell.

Warming Center at The CORE

Last but most certainly not least, on Tuesday Captain Chitwood and Engineer Fisk also took their promotional oaths, and ...
01/22/2021

Last but most certainly not least, on Tuesday Captain Chitwood and Engineer Fisk also took their promotional oaths, and received their new badges and helmet shields.

There has been quite a lot for our Fire Chief and department to be proud of this week! Please join us in giving one last round of congratulations to all of our newly-promoted members. And another big THANK YOU to our community for your continued support!

This morning we celebrated four additional promotions in A Shift. Please join us in congratulating Captain Dean, Enginee...
01/21/2021

This morning we celebrated four additional promotions in A Shift. Please join us in congratulating Captain Dean, Engineer Greenberg, Engineer Brower, and Engineer Pace for their continued commitment to service!

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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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Thank you, Coppell Fire Department! Dropped my phone down the gutter drain when I moved to the street for another walker to pass. Borrowed her phone and our wonderful fire department was on it! I appreciate all the big things you do but thank you for doing this small thing for me. Saxy says thank you also.
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!