What is the telephone number of Coppell Independent School District? What is the address?
Coppell Independent School District
200 South Denton Tap Road
Coppell TX 75019
What is the telephone number of Coppell Chamber of Commerce? Where is it located?
Coppell Chamber of Commerce
509 W. Bethel Rd., Ste.200
Coppell TX 75019
How do I properly dispose of household hazardous waste?
The City of Coppell provides information to residents regarding proper disposal of Household Hazardous Waste. Residential disposal options include local businesses that accept automotive waste; sharing leftover materials with neighbors or relatives and drying paint for landfill disposal. HHW items such as pool chemicals, pesticides, and common household cleansers should be used up or shared with neighbors whenever possible.
Another disposal method is a collection center. However, these can be costly. The City of Coppell can provide residents with a voucher to an environmental collection center by calling the Environmental Health Department at 972-462-5177. Click here for more info.
What is the ordinance regarding wearing bicycle helmets?
City of Coppell Ordinance #97810 requires a person who is fourteen (14) years of age or younger to wear a helmet while operating or riding as a passenger on a bicycle.
Does Coppell have a curfew for minors?
Yes. City of Coppell Ordinance #95718 provides curfew hours for those under the age of seventeen (17) years of age, as follows: 11:00 pm on any Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, or Thursday until 6:00am the following day. 12:01am until 6:00am on any Saturday or Sunday.
Whom can I call regarding a home business?
For information regarding home businesses, call the Planning and Zoning Department/City of Coppell. Telephone: 972-304-3678.
Can I put a "For Sale" sign in my car window and drive around town? Can I park this car in my driveway with the sign in the window?
City of Coppell Ordinance 91500-A-129 prohibits signs attached to a vehicle advertising the sale of the vehicle where the vehicle is parked in such a way that the sign attracts the attention of or informs persons using the public right-of-way.
What is the city ordinance regarding peddlers and solicitors? Can I prohibit them from coming on my property and placing flyers on my door?
City of Coppell Ordinance #92538 regulates home solicitations, charitable solicitations, vending on public rights-of-ways, and handbills. Peddlers and solicitors must obtain a permit from, and register with, the Coppell Police Department. A person desiring that no merchant or other person engage in a home solicitation or place handbills or other advertisement at his/her residence shall exhibit in a conspicuous place upon or near the main entrance to the residence a weatherproof card, not less than three by four inches (3" x 4") containing the word "NO SOLICITORS."
Do I need to register my burglar alarm with the City? Where do I go to do this?
For information on registering burglar alarm systems, call the Coppell Police Department at 972-304-3600.
How do I get someone to pick up the tree limbs and bags of leaves after I have cleaned my yard?
For information regarding the pickup of large tree limbs other than normal trash, call 972-315-5400. Yard trimmings, including grass clippings, leaves, and tree/brush trimmings are collected separately at each residence's regular trash/ recycling collection point. Yard trimmings will be taken to a compost facility where they are a valuable resource for making compost and mulch, instead of wasted, taking up space in a landfill. Residential Yard Trimmings Recycling information.
I have been cleaning out closets and have clothes and/or furniture to donate to charity? Whom can I call?
If you have clothes, furniture, etc., to donate to charity, you may call one of the organizations listed below. For other charitable organizations, consult your local telephone directory.
Christian Community Action/Lewisville 972-219-4357
Metrocrest Services Thrift Store/Carrollton 972-418-1900
The Salvation Army/Dallas (for pickups) 214-630-5611
Where can I find a Notary Public in Coppell?
A Notary Public is available at most attorney's offices. For locations, please consult your telephone directory.
Where is the library?
The W.T. Cozby Public Library is located at 177 North Heartz Road, Coppell. The telephone number is 972-304-3655.
We need a meeting room for our club. Does the City have meeting rooms at Town Center?
The library program room at the W.T. Cozby Public Library is available for public gatherings and/or meetings of 12 or more of a non-profit cultural, educational, informational or religious nature when the room is not being required by the library or the City of Coppell. Bookings are requested in writing by Coppell residents at least 72 hours before the event. Complete policy and meeting request form here. Library Program Room Policy. Rooms are available for rent through the Coppell Aquatic and Recreation Center at 972-304-7077, or the Parks and Recreation Department at 972-462-5100.
How can I contact the Dallas County Clerk's office?
Dallas County Clerk; Telephone: 214-653-7441.
Is there a Justice of the Peace in Coppell? If not, where is the closest one?
There is no Justice of the Peace in Coppell. The closest officials in this category are located at:
For residents in Dallas County
841 West Irving Boulevard
For residents in Denton County
190 North Valley Parkway
I need a contact for a Homeowners Association. Can you help me?
The Homeowners Associations list is maintained as a courtesy to the citizens of Coppell. The different organizations provide the City's Planning Department with information regarding their group. It is not mandatory that they do this. You can receive a current list by going to the Public Documents section of our Web site and clicking on the City Secretary's folder and then the Homeowner's Association List. Please call 972-304-3678 for information.
What is the sales tax rate in Coppell?
The current sales tax rate in Coppell is 8.25%. The City retains 2.0%. 1% is designated for City Operations. One-half of one percent is a special 4B sales tax that is being used to fund specific park related projects. The remaining one-half of one percent is split between a one-fourth of one percent sales and use tax to provide revenue for the maintenance and repair of existing city streets, and the adoption of a one-fourth of one percent sales and use tax to provide revenue for the creation of a crime control and prevention district for crime reduction programs.