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Fire Department

About CFD & Staff Contact

​Fire Administration
265 E. Parkway Blvd.
Cop​pell, TX 75019​​
​972-304-3512
972-745-4517 (fax)
fire@coppelltx.gov​


COMMAND STAFF​

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Kevin Richardson

Fire Chief

Rea​d Bio
972-304-3512​
krichardson@coppelltx.gov

​Gregg Loyd

Deputy Chief

Operations

972-304-3503 ​

Tim Oates

Deputy Chief

Prevention Division

972-304-7055

Tim Russell

Division Chief

Support Services

972-304-3502

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Mark Daniels

Battalion Chief - A Shift

Bryan White

Battalion Chief - B Shift

​Matthew Uppole

Battalion Chief - C Shift

Administrative Personnel

​​​Nikki Moore

Administrative Services Manager

​​972-304-3504​​

nmoore@coppelltx.gov​

​​​Michelle Mocniak

Administrative Technician

​972-304-5​308

mmocniak@coppelltx.gov​


Our Mission

The mission of the Coppell Fire Department is to serve the citizens and business community of Coppell by preserving life, property and the environment through the efficient delivery of education, prevention, public service, emergency response, code enforcement and administrative activities.​​​​​​

History

Beginning in 1957, the Coppell Fire Department began providing volunteer emergency response to the community of Coppell, Texas.  In the past 50 years, the department has grown from a volunteer department to a fully paid professional staff with 1 Chief, 2 Deputy Chiefs, 1 Division Chief, 3 Battalion Chiefs, 12 Captains, 12 Engineers, 57 Firefighters/Paramedics, 1 Fire Investigator, 1 Emergency Management Officer, and 2 Administrative Services personnel.  ​We operate out of 3 strategically located stations staffing 3 Engines, 3 Medics, and 1 Truck Company. 

ISO 1 Classification

ISO collects information on municipal fire-protection efforts in communities throughout the United States. In each of those communities, ISO analyzes the relevant data using our Fire Suppression Rating Schedule (FSRS). ISO then assigns a Public Protection Classification from 1 to 10. Class 1 generally represents superior property fire protection, and Class 10 indicates that the area's fire-suppression program doesn't meet ISO’s minimum criteria.​ The Coppell Fire Department received a Class 1 ISO rating in 2007.

TFCA Best Practices Recognition

​The TFCA Best Practices program provides a pathway for a fire department to push its level of service to a level of excellence that is validated by independent experts. The designation demonstrates to customers of these organizations that their fire department is among the very best in the Texas fire service.​ The Coppell Fire Department received this prestigious designation in 2014.