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While Coppellians often enjoy mild North Texas winters, unexpected ice and snow can strike at any time during the season. Be prepared and avoid the wintery weather headaches with the following information and helpful tips from the City.
Weather awareness is key for winter preparedness. The City of Coppell's
Emergency Management Department recommends all residents utilize three different methods of emergency notification such as text or email alerts from
NotifyCoppell, a National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) All-Hazards Radio, and a smartphone application.
Sign up for emergency notifications through
NotifyCoppell. You will need need to provide your name, email and phone number.
Please visit the
Emergency Management page for more information about preparedness.
In a winter weather event, the City of Coppell performs de-icing procedures on major roadways within the City limits as well as the parking lots of essential public facilities. Residential streets, sidewalks, and driveways are NOT usually treated.