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No. Coppell’s boards and commissions applicants must be at least a one-year resident of Coppell and a registered voter in Coppell. Cypress Waters and South Haven residents are non-residents of the City of Coppell. Other City of Coppell initiatives may accept non-residents on a case by case basis, but priority is given to those residing within the city limits.
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Yes. To run for the Coppell Independent School District’s (CISD) School Board, prospective candidates must be:
CISD Board of Trustees are elected at-large for specific places (Place 1, Place 2, etc.) and must file in mid-January for the May election.
Visit the school board website for more details about elections and eligibility. A map of the CISD boundaries can be viewed on this page or by visiting the Coppell Independent School District’s enrollment page.
No. The City of Coppell elective office requirements state that candidates must have resided, for at least 12 months before the date of the election, within the corporate limits of the City, or within territory annexed into the City prior to the filing deadline. Those who live in Cypress Waters are residents of the City of Dallas. Those who reside in South Haven are residents of the City of Irving.
Yes. There are several volunteer opportunities available through the City of Coppell as well as other area organizations. Please visit the Coppell Volunteers page for more information and registration.