BECOME A MEMBER
WHO CAN JOIN?
Anyone who lives or works in Jefferson County or Larimer County, CO are eligible to join Foothills Credit union. In addition the employees and their family members of over fifty employee groups that currently sponsor Foothills Credit Union are eligible to join.
Once you become a member, your entire family is eligible for membership. Family membership eligibility includes your spouse, significant other, son, daughter, grandchild, grandparent, parent, sibling, aunt, uncle, niece, nephew, cousin or relative-in-law.
Please contact the Credit Union if you think that your current employer would be interested in becoming an employer group of Foothills Credit Union. There is no cost or obligation to become an employer group, and once this relationship is formed all employees and their family members will be able to join the Credit Union. Select employee groups may join the Credit Union upon the Board of Directors approval. Current Employer Groups
HOW TO JOIN
You can open your Foothills Credit Union account by visiting our office. To open and continue membership, a Membership Application/Account Card must be completed, and a $25.00 minimum deposit to your Share Savings Account is needed. Once you open your account, you may take advantage of other Credit Union products and services. Credit Union membership does not end if you change jobs, move or retire. The benefits last a lifetime. Our motto is: “Once a member, always a member.”
We love to hear from you! Please send us feedback about our website, and contact us with any questions, comments or concerns you may have regarding your membership. Contact Us
IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT PROCEDURES FOR OPENING A NEW ACCOUNT OR ESTABLISHING A NEW MEMBER RELATIONSHIP
To help the government fight the funding of terrorism and money laundering activities, Federal law requires all U.S. financial institutions to obtain, verify, and record information that identifies each individual or legal entity that opens an account or establishes a customer relationship with Foothills Credit Union. Federal law also requires all U.S. financial institutions to obtain, verify, and record information that identifies the beneficial owners of a legal entity that opens an account or establishes a customer relationship.
What this means for you: If you enter into a new member relationship with Foothills Credit Union, the financial institution will ask for your name, address, date of birth (as applicable) and other identification information. In addition, if you enter into a new member relationship with Foothills Credit Union on behalf of a legal entity, we will ask for the names, addresses, dates of birth and other identification information of the beneficial owners of the legal entity. This information will be used to verify your identity and, in the case of a legal entity customer, the identity of the beneficial owners. As appropriate, the financial institution may, in its discretion, ask for additional documentation or information. If all required documentation or information is not provided, Foothills Credit Union may be unable to open an account or establish a relationship with you.