Experience the Spokane City Credit Union difference.Join Now
Since our beginning in 1934, Spokane City Credit Union has been dedicated to offering the same friendly, convenient service that has become our trademark. Come in and see for yourself.
Spokane City Credit Union Membership will afford you many opportunities:
- Great, Competitive Loan Rates
- Access to Online Banking
- One of the largest networks of ATM's
- Superb Member Service
- Free Checking
- High Yield Certificates
- A Full Line of Investment Products
- Mortgage and Home Loan products and MORE!
Looking for more information? Contact a Member Service Representative at (509) 325-7228 or email us at email@example.com.
If you are in the neighborhood, stop in with your $20.00 membership fee, and let one of our friendly Member Service Representatives assist you in starting a great financial relationship with Spokane City Credit Union.
The mission statement of this credit union is to prudently promote and serve the genuine financial needs of our members with trust, education, and dignity.
Founded in 1934, Spokane City Credit Union first began as an occupational based credit union for City employees. Originally called City Employees Credit Union of Spokane, our goal was to provide premium services while providing friendly customer service. In 1978, the membership was broadened to include employees of the Spokane Transit Authority. A few years later in 1980, we changed our name to Spokane City Credit Union and extended our membership to anyone who lives, works, worships, or goes to school in the State of Washington.
Although we have grown throughout the years, we have never lost focus of our goal. Members of this credit union have access to a wide range of services and benefits. These have evolved through time to provide the highest quality of financial services and competitive interest rates.
Spokane City Credit Union, a non-profit financial cooperative, is incorporated by the State of Washington. This credit union' bylaws define our purpose to ''promote thrift among its members and create a source of credit for them at legitimate rates of interest for provident, productive, and educational purposes.''
The Credit Union Difference
In 1935, when credit unions were helping Americans through the Great Depression, the treasurer of a Midwestern credit union said that credit unions were "not for profit, not for charity, but for service," and that philosophy holds true today.
Credit unions continue to look out for their members' interests and provide a level of service that is not generally available at other financial institutions. Whether it's providing a loan to help a member cover unexpected medical bills, giving financial counseling to a member whose company closed its doors, or simply offering a better deal on a used car loan, credit unions make a difference for their members and the communities they serve.
Join today! If you live, work, worship or attend school in Washington state or reside in Kootenai, Bonner or Benewah Counties in the State of Idaho, you are eligible to join Spokane City Credit Union.
There is a one-time $20.00 membership fee to join. A Membership Service Representative will contact you finalize this application.
Questions? Call us at (509) 325-7228 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT PROCEDURES FOR OPENING A NEW ACCOUNT
To help the government fight the funding of terrorism and money laundering activities, Federal law requires all financial institutions to obtain, verify, and record information that identifies each person who opens an account. What this means for you: When you open an account, we will ask for your name, address, date of birth, and other information that will allow us to identify you. We may also ask to see your driver's license or other identifying documents.
In keeping with the credit union philosophy of "people helping people," Spokane City Credit Union strives to give back to the communities to which we belong. Through direct financial support and/ or in-kind contributions, we take great joy in being an active partner and supporting local charities and organizations.
Credit Union for Kids benefiting Children's Miracle Network
Twice a year, Spokane area credit unions join together in efforts to raise money for Children's Miracle Network of Hospitals. Going by the name Credit Unions for Kids, this group has raised money through selling tickets to Spokane Chiefs and Spokane Indians Baseball games, holding silent auctions the same events, collecting donations from its members, and more. Since its inception and thanks partly to your contributions, Credit Union for Kids has raised over $1.2 million benefiting local kids in need. From the bottom of our hearts, we thank you.
The Spokane Public Library Foundation
The Foundation supports the strategic directions of the library and helps to build and encourage partnerships that strengthen our community. The Spokane Public Library Foundation's primary mission is to enhance programming, services and resources offered by the Spokane Public Library through advocacy, partnerships and private dollars to ensure the library's excellence.
Make A Splash In a Kids Life
Help make this a summer to remember for our local children. Make A Splash In a Kids Life helps children in the Spokane area by giving them a chance to learn how to swim and helps them gain access our local pools by providing them with pool passes and the apparel needed to be safe. Spokane City Credit Union believes that every child should have a chance to make a splash. That is why we have supported Make A Splash. since 2007.
Member of the North Monroe Business District
Know Monroe is an initiative of the North Monroe Business District (established 2006), a voluntary advocacy and outreach association of business and property owners along the North Monroe corridor. The North Monroe Business District is committed to serving patrons with an incredible variety of goods and services. Visit www.knowmonroe.com to learn more.
Volunteers & Employees
Board of Directors
Harry A. McLean, Jr., Director
Gene Jakubczak, Chairperson
David Eash, Vice-Chairperson
Ed Bowers, Treasurer
Corin Morse, Secretary
Dale Arnold, Director
Jerry Niepomnik, Director
Ed Lukas, Associate Director
Ian White, Associate Director
Dave Christiansen, Chairperson
Gene Fitzpatrick, President
Kathy Meagley, Operations Supervisor
Kathy Holmes, Loan Supervisor
Jamie Forbes, Loan Officer
Tim Lieske, Loan Officer
Shannon Chapman, Member Service Specialist
Jon Belch, Member Service Representative
Colleen Johnson, Member Service Representative
Debbie Prindle, Member Service Specialist
Helen Reynold, Accounting Clerk