Join Pacific Crest
If you live, work, worship, or attend school in Klamath, Lake, Modoc, or Northeast Siskiyou County — or if you have family who does — you can be a member of Pacific Crest.
The credit union difference
Credit unions and banks offer a lot of the same things: checking and savings accounts, credit cards, loans. So how are they different? Why are credit unions better? And most importantly, what do you get as a member of Pacific Crest?
Enjoy branch locations throughout our region, plus 28,000 ATMs nationwide.
Credit unions offer competitive dividends on your savings and great rates on your loans.
When you join Pacific Crest, you become a dividend-earning owner of our co-op.
Not for profit
We’re not in this for ourselves. As a non-profit, we’re looking out for you.
You’re a member, not a number. At Pacific Crest, we treat people like people.
Be part of the tapestry
When you join Pacific Crest, you become a member of a co-op that is woven into the fabric of the community. For over eighty years we have been providing financial services to generations of our friends and neighbors and we want to be part of your journey too.
Notes from the trail
— Robert, member since 2017
By far the friendliest group I’ve ever met in a bank. That’s what business is about: taking an interest in your customers, and treating them with respect.
We will make joining easy. Bring in the following information.
Your Social Security Number or your Individual Taxpayer Identification Number (ITIN)
Your government-issued identification (e.g. state issued driver’s license/ID, or passport)
If your current address does not match the address on your government issued identification, bring a valid second form of identification.*
We’re people helping people.
Together we’re a credit union.
Pacific Crest is a not-for-profit financial co-op owned by over 19,000 regular people in the Klamath Basin and surrounding rural communities. We don’t have to worry about pleasing stockholders so we’re able to focus our efforts on our communities — by reaching out, giving back, and paying it forward. Learn more about our Community Impact.
2022 Volunteer Hours1,877
Our staff serves on various boards, committees, and volunteers at many community events.
2022 Local Donations & Sponsorships$99,246
We support more than 35 local organizations that have a big impact on the area.
2022 Employee Donations$4,779
Employees can personally support charities through our Casual For Community program.
* Second form of identification. If your current address does not match the address on your government issued identification, a valid second form of identification such as your utility bill (in your name & address), health insurance card, rent receipt (in your name & address), employment ID, pay stub (current), or other similar type of documents displaying your current address will be needed.