The Coppell Chamber of Commerce is committed to providing you with the most up-to-date information to assist your business during these unprecedented times. If you need information or help navigating resources, please contact Ellie Braxton-Leveen anytime via email, phone or text.

Recovery Efforts Begin In North Texas After Record-Breaking Winter Storm

Some areas in North Texas are still under boil water notices and many more have plumbing issues that have left them without water. Here's a list of water distribution sites giving out water.

The USDA has approved SNAP recipient’s ability to apply for food replacement benefits for food that was lost or destroyed. Call 211 to apply.

North Texans with storm damage should contact their insurance company or agent to file a claim as soon as possible.

If you have damage to your home or business that is not covered by insurance, you may qualify for low interest loans through the Small Business Administration. Click here for more information and to apply online.

Denton, Dallas and Tarrant Counties have all been approved for individual assistance from FEMA. Disaster survivors may call FEMA toll-free at 800-621-3362 or visit to apply for assistance or to check their application status.

To assist people coping with the stress of the winter storms, the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration activated the Disaster Distress Helpline. This toll-free, multilingual, and confidential crisis support provides immediate 24/7, 365-days-a-year crisis counseling and support. Residents in affected areas may call or text 1-800-985-5990 to connect with a trained crisis counselor. Spanish speakers should press 2.
U.S. Chamber of Commerce Hosting Two Webinars On Vaccine Rollout
Please join the U.S. Chamber of Commerce on Thursday, Feb. 25 at 3 pm Eastern for a special program on the role of employers in the nationwide COVID-19 vaccine rollout.

Featured speakers will include McKinsey & Company partner Tara Azimi, who will present the latest findings on the top considerations for employers; and Kroger Health president Colleen Lindholz, Walmart senior director of health and wellness Lisa Smith, and RSM's principal, Corporate Communications Leader Sara Webber Laczo, who will share best practices and lessons they’ve learned in developing their unique approaches to COVID-19 vaccine distribution and hesitancy.
Please join the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation on Wednesday, March 3 at 2 pm Eastern for the next Path Forward broadcast, a dialogue led by U.S. Chamber President Suzanne Clark on helping America prepare to restart the economy and get millions of people back to work.

During this installment of Path Forward, Suzanne will sit down with Washington state Gov. Jay Inslee to learn more about his statewide vaccine distribution and administration plan to increase the number of Washingtonians vaccinated, what other states can learn from their success, and what businesses can learn from how they’re engaging the private sector.
U.S. Chamber of Commerce Issues Briefing On Childcare Crisis In America
The COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated a challenge that was becoming increasingly more difficult even before the public health crisis — finding affordable, quality childcare for working parents throughout the country.

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation's Center for Education and Workforce has created an executive briefing for senior leaders to understand what options are available to address childcare needs for frontline working parents, primarily working shifts during non-traditional hours. This roadmap also includes information about what to expect on the journey and how to put strategies into action for their businesses.
Rise & Shine With The Chamber Tomorrow
Mark your calendars for the 4th Tuesday of every month and plan on joining us virtually for our most popular networking group, BizCon. 

Until we can get back to Hard Eight BBQ, you'll have to make your own breakfast, but we will have plenty of business connections. Each guest gives a 30-second commercial and shares their contact information on our Chat Feed. All information will be emailed out to guests following the meeting.

8:00 - 9:00 am Tuesday, Feb. 23 via Zoom
Meeting ID: 891 3643 5840
Password: CopChaTx
Weekly Networking Group Welcomes You
Showcase your business by joining us for a little lunch and some lively conversation at our Wednesday Growth Group. The goal of Growth Group is to build personal and professional relationships with other members while exchanging leads, business tips, growing your prospect list, and, most importantly, referrals.

Attendees of these dynamic virtual meetings introduce themselves and their business with a 30-second commercial. Maximize your networking by arriving early or staying after the meeting to enjoy open networking with the local business professionals who attend each week.

There is no cost to attend for Chamber members. Participants are encouraged to order lunch from a local restaurant to enjoy during the event. 

11:15 am - 12:30 pm Wednesdays via Zoom
Meeting ID: 763 797 0787
Password: CoppellTX

Tuesday, Feb. 23: BizCon Breakfast
Wednesday, Feb. 24: Growth Group Networking
Wednesday, Feb. 24: Board of Directors Meeting
Tuesday, March 2: Hospitality Council Meeting
Wednesday, March 3: Growth Group Networking
Tuesday, March 9: Education Committee Meeting
Tuesday, March 9: Ambassadors Monthly Meeting
Wednesday, March 10: Growth Group Networking
Friday, March 12: New Member Orientation
Wednesday, March 17: Growth Group Networking
Wednesday, March 17: Board of Directors Meeting


Tuesday, Feb. 23: City Council Meeting
Planning For 2021 Directory & Community Guide Begins
Under the direction of our Board of Directors, we're excited to announce our 2021 Business Directory & Community Guide will be produced online only. Coppell residents will be mailed a postcard with a QR code to view it online. Look for an announcement regarding advertising opportunities soon!
Have A Meeting To Plan? Check Out Our Helpful Online Guide
Located only 15 minutes from Dallas Fort Worth International Airport, Coppell is the perfect location for your convention, corporate training, seminar or just a relaxing afternoon.

From eating to meeting and everything in between, Coppell has all the goods! Whether you're planning a meeting, event or a staycation with your family – Coppell is the place to be.
Eat, Sleep, Shop Coppell
Online or in person, from specialty boutiques to some of the top restaurants in the Metroplex, Coppell has it all. You can order online, have it delivered, or pick it up. Also, consider a Gift Certificate from your favorite boutique, restaurant, salon or entertainment venue. Now more than ever, it is important to support our local business owners.
Support CCDF Every Time You Shop On Amazon
If you shop on Amazon, please remember to do so via AmazonSmile with Coppell Community Development Foundation selected as your charity of choice. AmazonSmile is available at on your web browser and can be activated in the Amazon Shopping app for iOS and Android phones. When you shop at AmazonSmile, you’ll find the exact same low prices, vast selection and convenient shopping experience as, with the added benefit that AmazonSmile will donate 0.5% of your eligible purchases to the charitable organization of your choice. Search for Coppell Community Development Foundation at to add it as your preferred charity.
Amazon Robotic Fulfillment Center
Andy's Frozen Custard 
Carrollton-Farmers Branch ISD 
Container Store
DataMagic, Inc
Esperance Aesthetic Wellness 
Goosehead Insurance – Jason Hess
Hand & Stone Massage & Facial Spa Coppell
Irwin Law Firm-Reunion Title 
J. Macklin's Grill 
KNOCKOUT Haircuts for Men - Coppell 
Lybrand & Fowler, PC 
MacArthur Hills Senior Living 
Market Street
McDonald's Denton Tap
McDonalds McArthur 
Precision Orthopedics & Sports Medicine 
ProSource of Coppell
Raising Cane's 
TMJ & Sleep Therapy Centre