Join Power CU
Power Credit Union proudly extends membership throughout Southern Colorado:
- Pueblo West residents
- Fremont County residents
- E. Pueblo County residents
- Chaffee County
- Las Animas County residents
- The families of eligible Power Credit Union members1
If you don't fall under one of these categories, don't worry. You can still become a member by donating $5.00 to Relay For Life.
Why Join Power Credit Union?
You're a member-owner
Every Power Credit Union member is a member-owner, not merely a customer. We operate for the sole benefit of our members.
We invest in you
Power returns surplus funds to our members in the form of better rates, services, and dividend payments. The more you participate, the more you benefit.
You can affect change
As a member-owner, you are eligible to vote in electing the Board of Directors. You have a say in who's making the policies that impact you.
You can count on us
While many banks are merging into mega banks with out-of-state owners, your credit union remains locally owned and managed. Power Credit Union will not be bought or sold. We're a permanent member of your community, serving your financial needs since 1938. And we'll be here for your tomorrow.
Your funds are insured to at least $250,000
The National Credit Union Share Insurance Fund (NCUSIF) insures all accounts to at least $250,000. NCUSIF is considered proportionately the strongest federal insurance fund of all the federal deposit insurers. Power Credit Union also operates under the supervision of the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA), an agency of the U.S. Government.
1Any member applying for a loan must live within a 75-mile radius of one of our four geographical areas. Family members are defined as: spouse, children, parents, sisters, brothers, stepchildren, stepparents, grandchildren and their spouses.