Coppell Parks and Recreation strives to bring quality parks, facilities, and recreation services to the Coppell community. Current and future park projects are determined based on citizen feedback, staff recommendations, and maintenance needs.
Grapevine Springs Park Dredging & Wall Repair
A feasibility study to determine a course of action for repairs to the Grapevine Springs Park canal and wall.
Elevated Boardwalk Trail Sections
Elevated boardwalk trail at Magnolia Park, Moore Road Park, and Asbury Manor.
Thweatt Park Pond/Erosion Project
New pond liner and repair erosion on the West side of the pond/park.
Recently Completed Projects
ROMC Phase II Expansion
Expansion that will improve the existing developed property and provide burial options and features not currently offered by the Rolling Oaks Memorial Center.
MacArthur Boulevard Trail
Removal of the existing 5' wide sidewalk and reinstall an 8' wide side-path trail along the East side of MacArthur Boulevard beginning at Deforest Road and ending at Riverchase Drive.
The Andrew Brown Park Redevelopment project spanned 2016 - 2017 and is now complete with both East and West open to the public. The parks offer a wide range of recreational experiences, including active play and passive open space.