The City of Coppell purchases its water from the City of Dallas. Dallas’ drinking water comes from six lakes:
- Ray Hubbard
- Ray Roberts
Lake Ray Hubbard
Of the six lakes, Dallas only owns and operates Lake Ray Hubbard. Additionally, Dallas has water in Lake Palestine, approximately 90 miles southeast of Dallas. Lake Palestine is currently in the process of being connected to Dallas’ system, with an anticipated connection date of 2027.
Dallas Long Range Water Supply Plan
The 2014 Dallas Long Range Water Supply Plan (PDF) includes recommendations and alternative water management strategies to meet the Dallas’ and its customer’s needs through 2070. These recommended water management strategies include conservation, reuse, and new surface water. Dallas also has up to date water conservation and emergency water management plans.