Life Safety Park

Life Safety Park A public life safety education facility offering structured classes and open meeting space. Classes are offered at the Life Safety Park on a registration-only basis.

If you are interested in attending a class, please visit our website. General Information
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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
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. The City does not monitor this site 24/7. It should not be used to report emergencies or other potentially life-threatening situations. Please call 9-1-1 in the event of an emergency.

If you are interested in attending a class, please visit our website. General Information
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. The City does not monitor this site 24/7. It should not be used to report emergencies or other potentially life-threatening situations. Please call 9-1-1 in the event of an emergency.

Operating as usual

04/16/2021

Stay connected with Coppell! Did you know that the City of Coppell has over 20 different social media profiles, a weekly eNewsletter, offers email and text notifications, emergency notifications, lived-streamed meetings and SO much more? There are so many ways to stay informed! Connect with us at coppelltx.gov/connect!

Let's talk more about National #DistractedDrivingAwareness Month. #DYK that we offer #Free appointments for car seat che...
04/15/2021
Car Seat Inspections | Coppell, TX

Let's talk more about National #DistractedDrivingAwareness Month. #DYK that we offer #Free appointments for car seat check ups? Have a certified Child Passenger Safety Technician help you understand and install your child's car seat -- give yourself that extra peace of mind so that you can focus on the road ahead.

More info here: https://www.coppelltx.gov/267/Car-Seat-Inspections

#ArriveAlive #JustDrive #BuckleUp #PhonesDown

We all want our children to travel safely in cars, and installing a car seat for younger children can be a challenge.

On a typical day, more than 700 people are injured in distracted driving crashes. #DYK that April is National #Distracte...
04/13/2021
DDAM Distracted Driving Awareness Month Pledge

On a typical day, more than 700 people are injured in distracted driving crashes. #DYK that April is National #DistractedDrivingAwareness Month? Don't be another statistic: commit to driving distraction-free by taking the National Safety Council's Just Drive pledge!
#ArriveAlive #JustDrive #PhonesDown

Join here:
https://cloud.safe.nsc.org/ddam-pledge?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=apr_nsc_ddampledge2021&fbclid=IwAR37GoDLq9y9uW50S7BiyivefrvsGNX5__vXt0PqqCiMu9naU_3913b0Dow

DDAM Distracted Driving Awareness Month Pledge

We ❤️ Pinkerton Elementary School! Well, we love all of our Coppell ISD schools. Almost 50 kindergarteners visited this ...
04/09/2021

We ❤️ Pinkerton Elementary School! Well, we love all of our Coppell ISD schools. Almost 50 kindergarteners visited this morning for a field trip, and we had a BLAST with them learning about Basic Emergency Safety! Thanks, Cowpokes! 👍

We ❤️ Pinkerton Elementary School! Well, we love all of our Coppell ISD schools. Almost 50 kindergarteners visited this morning for a field trip, and we had a BLAST with them learning about Basic Emergency Safety! Thanks, Cowpokes! 👍

04/06/2021
🌪️⚠️📸 Join us in a national preparedness effort tomorrow! We ask that you post a “selfie” photo in your home or workplac...
04/06/2021

🌪️⚠️📸 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!

🌪️⚠️📸 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!

#DYK that #Easter is the 4th leading day for home fires in the United States? Well hop to it and review these holiday ho...
04/02/2021

#DYK that #Easter is the 4th leading day for home fires in the United States? Well hop to it and review these holiday home fire safety tips with your household, because "everybunny" loves safety! Have a "hoppy" and safe weekend! #WeLovePuns #Safety #Coppell

#DYK that #Easter is the 4th leading day for home fires in the United States? Well hop to it and review these holiday home fire safety tips with your household, because "everybunny" loves safety! Have a "hoppy" and safe weekend! #WeLovePuns #Safety #Coppell

04/01/2021

🛠 No foolin' - smoke alarms save lives! 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 #DontWaitCheckTheDate #SmokeAlarmsSaveLives #NotAprilFools

03/31/2021

📢📣 Hey, teachers! This could be you and your students! Registration for #FREE field trips is open through the end of May. More info on our website, www.LifeSafetyPark.org.

Coppell ISD
Carrollton-Farmers Branch Independent School District
Irving Independent School District
Lewisville ISD
Grapevine-Colleyville ISD

03/30/2021
Understanding Your Keyless Ignition

Raise your hand if you have a vehicle with a keyless ignition 🤚 🤚 🤚
This amenity is becoming a standard feature on most new cars these days. But did you know that they can pose some safety risks to you and your loved ones? Safety should never take a back seat - check out this video from NHTSA on understanding your keyless ignition:

03/26/2021
U.S. Fire Administration

Older adults have an increased risk of dying in a fire. It's even more important that households with this population have working smoke alarms. If an individual has hearing difficulties and can't hear their smoke alarms, consider getting a strobe light that will flash or a bed shaker that will shake when the smoke alarm sounds.

Learn more by visiting the link in the original post below.

Older adults have a 2.6 times greater risk of dying in a fire than the U.S. population as a whole. If you are a caregiver or family member of an older adult, check their smoke alarms and discuss a fire escape plan based on their abilities.https://www.usfa.fema.gov/downloads/pdf/publications/fa_221_press.pdf

Couldn't have said it better ourselves. The story below is a humbling reminder of how quickly a fire could have changed ...
03/24/2021
UL Firefighter Safety Research Institute

Couldn't have said it better ourselves. The story below is a humbling reminder of how quickly a fire could have changed everything for this household, but their quick action prevented a tragedy. #CloseBeforeYouDoze #SmokeAlarmsSaveLives

Another real-life example of the impact of a closed door on containing a fire to the room of origin.

You've heard us talk about the importance of closing doors before going to bed at night in case there is a fire in your home and how it will keep smoke and heat out allowing you more time to escape. In this incident that took place in Penn Township, PA, the fire started in the bedroom. This is a great reminder to have working smoke alarms inside and outside sleeping rooms and to close the door behind you as you escape. If you can close the door on the fire you may contain the damage to that room only or even put the fire out once it runs out of fuel and oxygen. If you don't already have an escape plan, now is a great time to create one and practice it regularly.

#CloseBeforeYouDoze #SmokeAlarmsSaveLives Great work by Hanover Area Fire & Rescue!

Learn more about the importance of closed doors at closeyourdoor.org.

Since it's now officially Spring and there's a chance of strong thunderstorms later, now is a good time to refresh your ...
03/22/2021
The Difference Between A 'Watch' And A 'Warning'

Since it's now officially Spring and there's a chance of strong thunderstorms later, now is a good time to refresh your memory on understanding the difference between a weather 'watch' and a weather 'warning,' with some help from CBS 11 Meteorologist Jeff Ray! It's also a great idea to make sure you have multiple ways of receiving weather warnings, like a weather radio, television/radio, or mobile phone.

Video Link: https://cbsloc.al/2VQbeMj

Do you know the difference between a Watch and a Warning? Here is CBS 11 meteorologist Jeff Ray explaining the difference for the Life Safety Park in Coppell, Texas.

Life Safety Park's cover photo
03/22/2021

Life Safety Park's cover photo

And that's a wrap on Spring Break! No doubt there are big smiles under all those masks. Thanks to everyone who came out ...
03/19/2021

And that's a wrap on Spring Break! No doubt there are big smiles under all those masks. Thanks to everyone who came out to spend some time and learn with us this week!
Don't forget--you can find photos from your child's visit on our Flickr page! Link here: https://www.flickr.com/photos/coppell-lsp/albums

About every 20 minutes in Texas, someone is hurt or killed in a crash involving alcohol (Source: TxDot). We urge you to ...
03/17/2021

About every 20 minutes in Texas, someone is hurt or killed in a crash involving alcohol (Source: TxDot). We urge you to take responsibility for your actions. Don't drink and drive. Plan while you can. #EndTheStreak #StPatricksDay

By the looks of it, the kiddos had just as much fun as we did during the first day of Spring Break classes! Spots are st...
03/15/2021

By the looks of it, the kiddos had just as much fun as we did during the first day of Spring Break classes! Spots are still available for the rest of the week's classes. Register your kiddos today!
http://bit.ly/LSP-Class-Calendar

As you prepare to move your clocks forward one hour this weekend for Daylight Saving Time, Life Safety Park wants homeow...
03/12/2021

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

Don't forget that LSP offers free monthly CPR-AED courses for older children and adults! The March class is tomorrow eve...
03/10/2021

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

03/08/2021

The weather lately has been B-E-A-UTIFUL! Come celebrate Spring Break with us next week by attending one of our FREE safety classes. As always, more info on our website, www.LifeSafetyPark.org.

It is Day 4 of #SevereWeatherAwarenessWeek  and the topic is FLOODING!🌧☔ Are you and your family prepared?🤔 How will you...
03/04/2021

It is Day 4 of #SevereWeatherAwarenessWeek and the topic is FLOODING!🌧☔ Are you and your family prepared?🤔 How will you stay in touch during a disaster? To learn more about flooding & how you can prepare before it happens, visit www.weather.gov/safety/flood

It is important to remember the danger that flooding can represent.🛑 Flash flooding is the number one weather related killer in Texas with more than 50% of all flooding fatalities nationwide involving vehicles. Don't underestimate the power of the water!

It is important to know the difference between a weather 'Watch and a 'Warning', especially when it comes to thunderstor...
03/03/2021

It is important to know the difference between a weather 'Watch
and a 'Warning', especially when it comes to thunderstorms and tornadoes. Stay informed and get prepared, Coppell, Spring is coming!

Today is Day 3 of Severe Weather Awareness Week! Today's topic is Tornado Safety🌪️Here are some guidelines on sheltering during tornadoes & a review of Tornado Watch vs Tornado Warning. Stay tuned for more tips on how to take the best shelter in various places

Calling all kiddos! Join us over Spring Break for free safety classes. Fun activities available for children in PreK thr...
03/02/2021

Calling all kiddos! Join us over Spring Break for free safety classes. Fun activities available for children in PreK through 9th Grade. Visit our website (www.LifeSafetyPark.org) for registration and more information.

Did you know your odds of getting struck by lightning in your lifetime are as high 1 in 15,000? To compare, your odds of...
03/02/2021

Did you know your odds of getting struck by lightning in your lifetime are as high 1 in 15,000? To compare, your odds of winning the lottery jackpot are about 1 in 300 million. Don't gamble on it: when thunder roars, head indoors!

Day 2 of Severe Weather Awareness Week is here. This morning's topic will be all about lightning, followed by storm spotting info this afternoon.

Did you know that lightning strikes the US 25 million times per year. Permanent injury and death are possible if struck! Here are a couple of safety tips to consider next time storms threaten your location.

Life Safety Park
03/02/2021

Life Safety Park

03/02/2021

🛠 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 #DontWaitCheckTheDate #SmokeAlarmsSaveLives

Learn about this and more TONIGHT during our free virtual weather workshop, co-hosted by Jeff Ray from CBS 11's weather ...
03/01/2021

Learn about this and more TONIGHT during our free virtual weather workshop, co-hosted by Jeff Ray from CBS 11's weather team. Registration is open until 6 PM tonight (which is also when class starts).
Link here: https://bit.ly/3uGqqu9

#SevereWeatherAwarenessWeek #coppell #knowhat2do

There's a lot of terminology when it comes to severe weather!

Do you understand
🔹 the difference between a watch & a warning?
🔹 the severe thunderstorm outlook categories from the Storm Prediction Center?

Remember, severe thunderstorms don't care which category they are in!

⚡️Here comes the boom⚡️ Mother Nature certainly cleared her throat last night: one of our staff members had a close call...
02/26/2021

⚡️Here comes the boom⚡️
Mother Nature certainly cleared her throat last night: one of our staff members had a close call with a lightning strike to their house last night. Perhaps it’s a sign that you should register for our free virtual weather workshop on Monday??? 👌🏻 Get your family ready for spring and please join us online! Event link below:

https://reg.abcsignup.com/reg/event_page.aspx?ek=0011-0021-29f0b7f907a74556aa82cb4010167c08

Join us Monday evening as we kick off our observation of US National Weather Service Fort Worth Texas's Severe Weather A...
02/24/2021

Join us Monday evening as we kick off our observation of US National Weather Service Fort Worth Texas's Severe Weather Awareness Week with our free virtual weather workshop with CBS 11 Meteorologist Jeff Ray!
Event Link: https://bit.ly/3qUllfx

City of Coppell, TX Municipal Government
02/24/2021
City of Coppell, TX Municipal Government

City of Coppell, TX Municipal Government

Was your property damaged in the recent severe winter weather event? The Texas Division of Emergency Management has asked residents and business owners that received damage from the recent winter weather event to complete an online survey. This survey will assist the State of Texas and impacted counties to qualify for additional federal disaster relief funding from FEMA Federal Emergency Management Agency. Visit arcg.is/uOrOb to report damages.

This Valentine’s Day, show some ❤️ by learning how to save a ❤️. Learn CPR. Download PulsePoint. Save a Life.
02/13/2021

This Valentine’s Day, show some ❤️ by learning how to save a ❤️. Learn CPR. Download PulsePoint. Save a Life.

We know we've been posting about this winter weather ad nauseam, but that's because it's a big deal! These are potential...
02/12/2021

We know we've been posting about this winter weather ad nauseam, but that's because it's a big deal! These are potentially record-breaking cold temperatures...weather this area is not used to seeing or as equipped to handle as our northern neighbors. PLEASE take the necessary precautions to protect your homes and families this weekend.

We need your help to share this information with all your friends and family! The time to get ready is today. Conditions will start to deteriorate Sat night thru next week, with single digit temps Monday night.

It's going to stay dangerously cold into next week, with additional chances for winter precipitation. Please continue to...
02/11/2021

It's going to stay dangerously cold into next week, with additional chances for winter precipitation. Please continue to take safety precautions to protect the four 'P's - People, Pets, Pipes, and Plants!
❄️ Make sure any vulnerable neighbors and loved ones have the means to stay warm, and check in on them often.
❄️ Bring outdoor pets inside! This is deadly weather for them, too.
❄️ Insulate outdoor faucets and pipes.
❄️ Cover sensitive plants and flowers.
Stay tuned to US National Weather Service Fort Worth Texas for weather updates. Please stay safe and use EXTREME caution on roadways if you must drive.

If you hadn't noticed, it's cold outside, and it's going to stay dangerously cold through the weekend. Save yourself the...
02/09/2021

If you hadn't noticed, it's cold outside, and it's going to stay dangerously cold through the weekend. Save yourself the headache and potentially dreadful repair costs by protecting your household water pipes from freezing!
✅ Insulate exterior pipes, and pipes in unheated, interior home spaces (like attics or crawl spaces).
✅ Keep your garage door closed!
✅ Open bathroom and kitchen cabinets to keep warm air circulating around under sink pipes.
✅ Let faucets that are fed by exposed piping drip.
✅ Keep your thermostat consistent, and above 55F.
✅ Seal cracks and openings around windows and entry points.

Little things can make all the difference. Stay warm and safe!

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Fire Safety Class...He had so much fun!
Our little guy had so much fun..learning fire safety!
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Thanks for hosting Wilson Elementary's third graders! @gowilsonrangers #WilsonWay #CISDOurStory
Thank you for hosting our Cub Scouts tonight!💙💛
We stumbled into this park location on our holiday photo scavenger hunt today and ended up getting an impromptu lesson in traffic safety, fire safety, and even more importantly, community leadership. Hats off to our amazing Fire Department personnel at Life Safety Park for inviting us in and taking the time to educate our future leaders!! ❤️ #coppellidays #lifesafety
KnoWhat2do Coppell!
Hannah learning CPR
#LSP rocks!