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United Federal Credit Union opens second Carson City branch

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United Federal Credit Union grows in northern Nevada as ribbon is cut at second Carson City branch.
Courtesy UFCU

United Federal Credit Union (UFCU) marked the formal opening of its new branch in Carson City with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Wednesday, Nov. 2, 2016. The new branch is located at 935 Jacks Valley Road. Credit union leaders were joined by community dignitaries, members and staff to mark the occasion.

The new branch is part of a multi-phase project aimed at supporting UFCU’s planned growth in northern Nevada. It is the second UFCU facility to be constructed in Carson City. The first, located at 1350 E. William Street, opened in April.

“Carson City prides itself as not only being the capital of Nevada but also an active member of the northern Nevada economy,” said Carson City Mayor Bob Crowell in a press release. “We are proud to have a branch in Carson City proper and we are proud to celebrate the opening of this new branch in Douglas County outside of the city limits. Capital assets such as this are not subject to jurisdictional boundaries and benefit all of us.”

In addition to the Carson City branches, UFCU has five branches in Reno and two in Sparks, including a branch at Reed High School. A branch in Spanish Springs is under construction.

“We are committed to the Carson City community and its future,” said UFCU Nevada Market Vice President Danny DeLaRosa in a press release. ”We are also committed to helping members achieve their financial goals by benefiting from the personalized service and advice that make the credit union experience stand out when compared to other types of financial institutions.”