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Environmental Health

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​265 E Parkway Blvd.
Coppell, TX 75019
PO Box 9478



To protect the health of the citizens of Coppell from foodborne illness, communicable disease and hazardous materials through routine inspection, education, monitoring, investigation and enforcement of food and environmental ordinances.​​ 

Environmental Health protects the public from foodborne, waterbor​ne and other communicable diseases through routine inspections and education.

Food Safety and Restaurant Scores

The City of Coppell Food Program is responsible for protecting the public health by inspecting for food safety in restaurants, grocery stores, schools, daycares and other retail food establishments. A food establishment health permit is required for all businesses or organizations that provide perishable foods, whether prepackaged or non-prepackaged, to the public. Permanent establishments as well as temporary events are required to apply for a food permit, regardless of whether there is a charge for the food.

​Texas Food Establishments Rules​

City of Coppell Food Ordinance amendments

Certified Food Service Manager:

The City of Coppell requires a Certified Food Protection Manager for all establishments that have employees whose work brings them in contact with the handling of food, utensils, or food service equipment. Click here for more information on Certified Food Protection Manager recognized exams and testing agencies. 

Food Inspection Results:

Food establishment inspections are the primary tool for detecting procedures and practices that may be hazardous.  The restaurant scores are used as a tool by the City to place a value on compliance to the regulations, educate the operators, and thereby encourage corrective action.  It should not be assumed that the inspection results reflect how an establishment always operates.

​Food Insp​ection Results​​​​​​

​Household Hazardous Waste and E-Waste Disposal

Coppell residents can contact Republic Services to set up an appointment to have their Household Hazardous Waste and E-Waste collected.

  • The household hazardous waste program (HHW) is available to Coppell Residents.
  • The HHW service is available to each household once each month.
  • Call Republic Services before noon on any given Friday.
  • HHW bags will be mailed to you along with proper instructions on how to package the material for collection on the next available Wednesday.
  • Call 972-304-3555 or 817-332-7301 to schedule your HHW pick-up.
How to dispose of materials that will not be collected at your door:

Fee Schedule & Forms and Applications

​Food Establish Fees:
​Temporary Permit​$50.00
​Non-Profit Temporary Food Permit​$25.00
Seasonal Permit$100.00
​Plan Review Fee​​$100.00
Reinspection Fee​50% of annual permit fee
​​Permanent Establishment Fees:
Grocery Store  ​$150.00 per department
High Priority Food Establishments​$400.00
​Medium Priority Food Establishments​$300.00
​Low Priority Food Establishments​$250.00
​Mobile Food Vending Fees: (6 month permit)
​High Priority Mobile Unit​$300.00
​​Medium Priority Mobile Unit​$250.00
​Low Priority Mobile Unit​$200.00
Swimming Pool Fees:
​Public Pool or Spa​$200.00 annually
​Reinspection Fee​50% of annual permit fee
​Plan Review Fee​$100.00
​Public Interactive Water Features (PIWF)​$10.00 for each additional truck

Forms and Applications:


Luay Rahil
Environmental Health Officer
​Carol Primeaux
Environmental Health Specialist
Zach Young
Environmental Health Specialist