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More City Facilities to Open to Public on June 1

​​Based on Governor Abbott's Executive Orders, the President's Opening up American Guidelines, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines and local recommendations, the City of Coppell has announced that it will open more facility doors to the public on Monday, June 1. 

While the following City of Coppell facilities will be open to the public beginning June 1, the City continues to encourage residents to visit the website,, or call 972-462-0022 to conduct City business remotely. Additionally, please be aware that special hours or temporary processes and requirements may be in place to protect customers and employees. Hours of operation and other impacts are subject to change as circumstances warrant.

COPPELL TOWN CENTER – 255 Parkway Blvd. 

City Administration, City Secretary, Finance, Human Resources, Enterprise Solutions, Parks and Recreation Administration

  • All visitors must wear a mask or similar covering over their nose and mouth to enter the building.
  • All meetings will be by appointment only. 
  • The front window of the Utility Billing division will remain open from 8 a.m. – 5 p.m., Monday-Friday. Though residents are encouraged to use other payment options, water bill payments can be made in person at the window. 
  • The City Secretary's Office will continue to fill requests electronically. To request material that cannot be sent through email, contact the City Secretary's Office at or 972-304-3669. 



  • All visitors must wear a mask or similar covering over their nose and mouth to enter the building.
  • The lobby of 265 Parkway Blvd. will remain open to the public from 8 a.m. – 5 p.m., Monday – Friday. 
  • All meetings will be by appointment only.
    • To schedule an appointment for engineering-related services, call 972-304-3679 or email
    • To schedule an appointment with Building Inspections, Planning and Development Services, Environmental Health, Code Compliance or Economic Development, call 972-304-3500.
  • In-home inspections conducted in person will recommence on June 1. Some in-home inspections involving water heaters, HVAC units, slab leaks, or gas line, electrical or minor plumbing repairs may continue be conducted virtually.
    • Inspections may be scheduled through the Customer Self Service portal at Then, email to set up an appointment. For more information about virtual inspections, call 972-304-3500. 



  • For inquiries related to Parks and Recreation facilities, call 972-462-5100.
  • When using the parks and open spaces, limit groups to 10 or fewer in circumstances that do not easily allow for appropriate social distancing.
  • View the full Coppell Parks and Recreation Reopening Plan at

Parks, Open Spaces and Trails

  • Boot camps and other outdoor activities may resume if compliant with most recent criteria.
  • Youth sports associations may resume holding practices, following all state and CDC guidelines.

Park Facilities: Andrew Brown Park East, Andrew Brown Park West, Wagon Wheel Park, Old Town

  • Social functions of 10 or fewer will be permitted. 


  • The fitness center at The CORE will reopen to the public with limited capacity on Monday, June 1. Safety restrictions will be in place. 
  • Temporary Facility Hours:
    • Monday/Wednesday/Friday  7:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
    • Tuesday/Thursday                  11:30 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.
    • Saturday/Sunday                    CLOSED
  • The facility will be open for member access only.
  • Members must reserve a time block to utilize the facility. Reservations will become available soon. Once available, reservations can be made by visiting or calling 972-304-7077.
  • A maximum of 25 members will be allowed in the facility at any one time.
  • Gathering in common areas, such as lobby seating area, will be restricted. 
  • Staff will perform cleanings according to schedule and CDC guidelines. 
  • Group Exercise classes will recommence in a virtual format. 

Wagon Wheel Tennis Center

  • Wagon Wheel Tennis Center remains open to the public with limited hours and at limited capacity. All tennis and pickleball courts will open for play with limited hours on Monday, June 1. Strict social distancing guidelines must be followed. 
  • Reservations for courts must be made and paid for in advance of your arrival at the tennis center. Reservations can be made by visiting or calling 972-393-5687. 
  • Group lessons of four players and one coach will be available.
  • The tennis ball machine will be available by reservation only.
  • The lobby and Pro Shop will remain closed with limited restroom access. There will be no towel service, no water on tennis courts, benches will be roped off and bleacher seating will be inaccessible.

Biodiversity Education Center 

  • EcoExplorer will recommence in a modified manner. Self-guided trail activities will be available. 
  • Limited programming will resume, and small group outdoor activities will open for registration. Visit coppell​ to register for programs. 
  • Activities that use indoor space will be limited to 10 people or fewer.

Coppell Arts Center

  • Construction of the Center continues and is nearing completion.
  • Exciting programming that allows for social distancing guidelines will be announced soon! 



  • Modified, in-person safety programs will resume at a limited capacity. Visit for information or to register for classes and programs. 
  • Free safety classes will be offered to children in Kindergarten - 9th grade in June and July. Topics will include motor vehicle and pedestrian safety, basic fire safety, first aid, and water and heat safety. 
  • Life Safety Park will host the third annual College Safety 101 class on July 27. High school upperclassmen, college students, and first-time renters are invited to attend this free class to hear from local professionals on the latest home, fire, and personal safety tips.
  • Free CPR-AED classes for older teens and adults will continue on a monthly basis.


  • The Cozby Library and Community Commons, Biodiversity Education Center and Life Safety Park are offering virtual volunteer opportunities for teens looking to earn service hours or volunteer experience. Virtual volunteering includes tasks that can be completed at home or out in the open air while social distancing. These opportunities are a fun, safe, and constructive way to stay engaged and help the community. 
  • For more information or to get involved, visit

The City of Coppell is committed to providing continuity of government services for Coppell residents while helping ensure residents and City of Coppell employees stay safe. The City is continuously working to ensure that necessary cleaning supplies are on hand and that all employees and residents will remain safe while in City facilities. ​

Updates to facility hours and restrictions will be made based on CDC recommendations and as new information becomes available. The City of Coppell is working closely with community partners to keep the community informed. Visit for the latest information about community impacts.