Located in the northwest corner of Dallas County with a small area extending into neighboring Denton County, Coppell is widely recognized for its Main Street and surrounding two-acre central park. Main Street is a walkable community of professional office cottages, luxury villa homes, restaurants and retail buildings reminiscent of the classic Texas town square. Saturday Farmers Markets are held at Old Town Coppell. The city is also served by a superb park system, an Aquatic Center, Coppell Community Gardens, and a public library. Dining in Coppell is a snap with more than 70 restaurants from which to choose. Shop in Coppell’s boutiques or hop on any of the major regional freeways such as I.H. 635, I.H. 35 E, Highway 161 and the S.H. 114/121. These make Coppell easily accessible to any place in the Metroplex.
The successes enjoyed today are the result of the work that took place through a past process and the deployment of that plan similar to Coppell’s newest plan “2030 Coppell.” Dedicated leaders and city staff are driven to maintain the same level of success for Coppell’s future for a growing community in a changing world.
A big part of why Coppell is a great place to live are its many wonderful neighborhoods. Coppell residents are served by one of three school districts. Coppell Independent School District (CISD) serves the majority of the City of Coppell's children. Its high schools are the highly ranked Coppell High School and New Tech High @ Coppell. The Coppell ISD was ranked as the #1 music program in the United States by the Music Educators Association. It also boasts elementary schools which have all been rated “Exemplary.” Carrollton-Farmers Branch ISD serves easternmost Coppell and Lewisville ISD serves the northernmost section of Coppell.