Access to all you need to know about Sno Falls Credit Union, tools and tips, fraud protection, membership, and more! Sno Falls is committed to providing resources to benefit your membership.

Membership Info

At Sno Falls, the people we serve are members of the credit union, not customers. The primary difference between a credit union and bank is that each credit union member has ownership and a voting voice in their financial institution. Sign up today!

Steps For Joining Sno Falls Credit Union

  1. You are eligible if:  a) you live, work, or worship in the state of Washington;  b) your immediate relative is a member of Sno Falls Credit Union.
  2. Apply online.
  3. Visit one of our 3 convenient locations or mail your completed membership application to finalize the process. Please be sure to include or bring photo identification and a $25 deposit for your savings account (the $25 deposit establishes membership.)

Member Community

Sno Falls Credit Union takes pride when working within our community. Some of our activities include sponsoring local festivals, and parades. We also host annual shred day events and partner with local businesses with our Member Benefit Program.

Member Benefit Program

Sno Falls Credit union has partnered with local businesses to provide members with benefits at their locations. Look for our Member Benefit Program logo at participating businesses and be sure to ask what benefits are available.

Security Center

Lost or Stolen Cards

During Business Hours
(800) 243-7860

After Business Hours
(888) 241-2510  

Report Electronic Fraud

Identity Theft Detection & Recovery Services

Learn more here

Fraud Protection Resources

We value your trust and understand that handling your financial information with care is our most important responsibility. Help us help you by using our trusted business partners and resources to keep your information safe. – Learn how to recognize fake checks – Learn how to avoid scams – Warnings signs for fraud – Provides practical tips from the federal government and the technology industry to help you be on guard against Internet fraud.  – While online banking and e-commerce is very safe, as a general rule, you should be careful about giving out your personal financial information over the Internet.

About Credit Unions

“People Helping People” – this is the philosophy that makes the credit union movement tick. You are a part of something big! Learn more about this movement and how you can get involved.

The Credit Union Difference

Credit unions are one of the great social experiments of history which has worked extremely well for communities with a common bond. The idea of ‘people helping people’ goes back over a hundred years to Europe, and thrives today in the United States and countries around the globe. Check out the links below to learn more about the foundation and values of the credit union movement.

Free Credit Reports provides consumers with the secure means to request and obtain a free credit report once every 12 months from each of the three nationwide consumer credit reporting companies.

Avoid Foreclosure

If you are experiencing financial distress and potentially facing foreclosure, we may be able to help. Depending on the type of loan you have and your individual circumstances, there are options that may be available to you.

You may also consider contacting these other resources for assistance:

    • The Housing and Urban Development (HUD) at 800-569-4287 to find a HUD approved housing counselor.
  • If you live in Washington state, you may also contact the Washington State Homeownership Information Hotline at 877-894-HOME (4663) to find a certified housing counseling agency or the Department of Financial Institutions at 877-746-4334 or visit Washintgton Department of Financial Insitutions for additional resources on how to avoid foreclosure.

Forms / PDFs

Download the following forms as needed:

Agreements & Disclosures

All Washington state residents are eligible to join.

Routing Number: 325182360 | Copyright © 2020 Sno Falls Credit Union. All rights reserved.

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