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Public Library

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​​The William T. Cozby Public Library was established in 1974 as the Coppell Public Library in an old frame home located at 561 N. Coppell Road. The library was a volunteer effort opening its doors with 3,000 books. In 1986, the library moved to Town Center and was renamed in honor of William T. Cozby, a former mayor and civic leader. The doors opened at the present location on April 24, 1995.  Since that time, the number of people entering the building and the circulation of materials have changed dramatically. Today, the collection contains more than 88,000 items including books, CDs, DVDs, electronic resources such as downloadable audiobooks and e-books, Internet workstations and public WiFi access. 

Completion is nearing! We hope to re-open in early November.

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​​Estimated Completion Date: Fall 2016Estimated Project Cost: $8,200,000​​
Library Strategic PlanHidell Agreement​​​Hidell Design Contract​CRDC Bond Council Presentation
​​Updated Site Plan​9/3/2014 public forum meeting archived on CiTVTemporary Relocation Presentation​1/13/2015 Elevation Studies​

Thomas S. Byrne, LTD Contract​