Some of North Texas’ most popular restaurants will be serving up food for a great cause at Saturday's Soup-N-Bowl event at the Cascades at the Colony. CoServ is a major sponsor of the event.
The Little Elm Chamber of Commerce has recognized CoServ as the Business of the Year for 2019 in recognition of the hard work and dedication by our Employees and Members in that city in 2019.
The Argyle Fire District and Northlake Police Department want every vehicle in the fleet to have the latest automated external defibrillator. CCF awarded a $10,000 check to the first responders Thursday afternoon that will help them accomplish this goal.
The Celina Fire Department will be purchasing new bunker and wildland gear that will give firefighters a change of clothes after battling a fire.
Adults who live on site at Emily’s Place take classes while receiving counseling and other services to work toward self-sufficiency. The facility has a team of house managers, case workers and counselors to help suvivors. Oftentimes, the survivors fleeing domestic violence include children. Emily’s Place wants to create a fun, educational environment for them, too.
Over the past few weeks, CoServ has adjusted the lighting throughout Highland Village to make it as safe and efficient as possible.
2019 was a huge year for the CoServ Charitable Foundation, which approved nearly $1.5 million in grants. The organzation has approved more than $12 million since it started in 2004.
The CoServ Charitable Foundation presented a grant to the Ponder Volunteer Fire Department that could save lives.
New Year. New Account Number. New Online and Mobile Account Experience. SmartHub is part of a major billing, payment and outage system conversion that will allow CoServ to serve customers better and faster.
CoServ Gas signed up its first two customers in Flower Mound in January 1999. Since then, the population of North Texas has grown—and so has CoServ Gas, which now serves more than 128,000 Customers.