Now Open in Happy Valley!

For over 50 years, Clackamas Federal Credit Union has been helping families in Clackamas County achieve their financial goals. We are a not-for-profit, financial cooperative dedicated to the financial success of our members. At Clackamas Federal Credit Union, you’re not just a customer, you own the place. And we’re excited to be serving even more members at our new Happy Valley Branch.

Your community. Your credit union.

We are excited to be serving both new and current members in the vibrant, growing community of Happy Valley. This full-service branch has offices available for financial and mortgage consultations as well as a 24-hour ATM.

Since 1957 Clackamas Federal Credit Union has been providing a banking experience that puts your needs first. Being 100% member-owned, our mission is to support your financial success. Join us — and take advantage of all we offer including great rates on deposits and loans, free checking, free mobile app and online banking, and unlimited access to 30,000 ATMs nationwide!

Why join?

What does it mean to be a member–owner of a credit union? It means you’ll get the same great products and services offered at other financial institutions, but with a few small — but important — differences. Credit unions are democratic organizations that allow members to elect their own board of directors.

With a mission of “taking pride in making a difference by supporting the financial success of our members,” Clackamas Federal Credit Union focuses on providing personal service and special savings you won’t find at any bank. It’s no wonder our members reach further and save more over the course of a lifetime. That’s the real benefit of membership.

It's our personal service that sets us apart from the rest. For more information about us, and credit unions in general, read our frequently asked questions. To learn about what we've got going on in the community, view our events calendar.

Who can join?

Membership is open to anyone who lives, works, attends school, or worships in Clackamas County.

Have Questions?   Call (503) 656-0671