Open an Account

& Become a Member

Becoming a member at City & County Credit Union isn’t like that gym membership you never use. Instead, it’s your first step to opening a free account at a bank that exists for one reason – to help you reach your financial goals.

New to CCCU

Easily open your new City & County Credit Union account with our quick & easy online application. 

TIP – To open a minor account or a CD, please visit us in person or call us at (800) 223-2801.

Already a Member

Already have an existing City & County Credit Union account? Log in to Mobile or Online Banking to add a new savings, checking or money market account. Simply select ‘Open New Account’ from the menu. 

Business Banking

Take your business to the next level with a City & County Business Bank Account. Complete our quick & easy online application to get started.

Already submit an online application? Check the status & upload additional documents within the portal.

Prefer to open your account by visiting us in person or by phone? No problem! Find a branch near you to get started or call us at (800) 223-2801.  

  • Personal information for all account holders including valid ID, social security number & date of birth
  • Contact information for all account holders
  • $5 minimum deposit into your Primary Share Savings Account

To open an account at City & County Credit Union, you must meet our eligibility requirements based on where you live or work. 

It’s simple. We’re a different way to bank and proud of it. We exist for everyone – especially those who have felt overlooked in the financial system. Whether you need a savings account or are ready to buy your first home, we treat every person with the same time, attention and respect to feel empowered about their finances. 

  • CCCU households that bank with CCCU save $468 in yearly fees vs big banks 
  • Low rate loans that make your next goal affordable
  • Straightforward rates & fees with no hoops to jump through 
  • Community giving to improve where we all live & work

Learn more about what makes credit unions the better way to bank