Coppell's booming development can be credited by the many parks, quiet tree-lined streets and friendly attitude among the residents. The excellent Coppell Independent School District makes the city even more attractive. Coppell has gone from a town of little recognition to one of tremendous distinction.
In 1980 there was a mere 3,826 before the city became the place to live. Though it has grown greatly in the last few years, it still has the warming quiet it has always been known for. Coppell can be described as a perfect place to raise a family because of the North Texas woods with luxury homes, manicured yards, and rows of shade trees in sway.
The enhanced lifestyle can be recognized by the increased range of the average household income through time. In just a short period, the average household income changed from $67,000 in 1990 to $99,188 by 2000. Coppell's bordering freeways provide advantageous resources to anyone who needs to use I-635, I-35, Highway 121, and the new George Bush Turnpike. Also bordering Coppell is one of the most efficient routes to Dallas, Las Colinas, to the southeast as well as Valley Ranch to the south, which is home to the Dallas Cowboys' and Dallas Stars' training complexes in Valley Ranch. To the southwest, one of the largest retail malls is under construction and some of the top hotels in the Metroplex rest near the D/FW Airport. West of Coppell is Grapevine and Grapevine Mills Mall, a huge wholesale outlet and entertainment complex catering to any age group.