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The City of Coppell requires that all rental properties located in the city be registered. Rental properties must be registered on or before January 31 of each year or upon becoming a rental property and much be inspected prior to a tenant move in or tenant change. For Multi-Family registrations please contact the Building Inspections Department at 972-304-3500.
$25 Annual Fee (effective Jan. 1, 2019)
$25 Fee upon New Tenant (effective Jan. 1, 2019)
$10 per unit Annual Fee (effective Jan. 1, 2019)
$50 Annual Fee, $25 Annual Fee if owner is age 65 years or older.*
Residents may contact the 24-hour Hotline: 972-600-2122 to report concerns or violations of this Short Term Rental Ordinance.
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No. However, garage sales are only allowed twice a year. Garage sale signs may only be erected between the hours of 6 pm Thursday and 10 pm Sunday. Sign faces cannot exceed six square feet or be any higher off the ground than 36 inches. Signs may only be placed on private property and not on city right-of-way. No sign will be allowed within any street median or attached to any tree, public utility pole, street sign, traffic control sign or devise or other sign.
Certain restrictions apply. Please visit Municode for more information.
Yes. Rental properties are required to be registered with the City on or before January 31. Please visit the Rental Registration program for more information.
Yes. An inspection of the property is required only when there is a tenant change or upon becoming a rental and must be inspected prior to occupancy. Please contact Building Inspections Department at 972-304-3500 to schedule an inspection.
No. To submit a complaint regarding mold please contact the Texas Department of State Health Services. For cleanup and remediation please visit the Centers for Disease Control Prevention website.
For more information regarding the Illegal Signs Pay You Program click here.