Biodiversity Education Center
The Biodiversity Education Center works collectively with partner organizations such as Friends of the Coppell Nature Park, City of Coppell, Keep Coppell Beautiful, Coppell ISD, and Northlake College to offer exceptional environmental education programs to the community.Link to page
Coppell Arts Center
The Coppell Arts Center is a gathering place that honors local artists and presents first-class entertainment and diverse cultural experiences for the citizens of Coppell and North Texas residents.Link to page
The CORE is a fitness and recreation facility featuring a fitness center, gymnasium, indoor and outdoor pools and classroom space.Link to page
Cozby Library & Community CommonsLink to page
Rolling Oaks Memorial Cemetery
Rolling Oaks Memorial Center is a public facility that features landscaped grounds, modern facilities and comprehensive cemetery services. Nestled among native oak trees, this community treasure provides a serene backdrop for families to remember loved ones and is a perfect setting for meditation and reflection for each visitor.Link to page
Senior & Community Center at Grapevine Springs
The Coppell Senior and Community Center at Grapevine Springs is a recreation center for those 50 years of age and older. Join us for games, creative pursuits, fitness and more!Link to page
Wagon Wheel Tennis and Pickleball Center
Visit Wagon Wheel Tennis & Pickleball Center for outdoor play! Recreational, competitive and open play are available.Link to page
Americans with Disabilities Title III Notice
As a government entity, the City of Coppell strives to make available facilities open for public use in a manner consistent with Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990. We hope that as you utilize our facilities, you will find them accessible and efficient for your needs.
In compliance with the non-discrimination requirements of Title III of the ADA, a community group, non-profit entity, or private business must facilitate, at its sole expense, any disability-related request for reasonable accommodation, effective communication, or program modification that does not impose undue burden (significant difficulty or expense).
A government entity has no obligation to facilitate requests for reasonable accommodations connected to an event or activity sponsored or managed by a community group, non-profit entity, or private business that is making use of government-owned facilities.
If you have any questions or concerns in regard to the accessibility of any City facilities being utilized by a community group, non-profit entity, or private business, please notify the manager of that particular facility or Kori Allen, ADA and Capital Programs Coordinator, at 972-462-5148.