Fibre Federal Credit Union Moves into Renovated Space in Retail Center

Onpoint Community Credit Union to open fifth Vancouver branch, and Industrial Credit Union shreds over 14,000 pounds.

5/14/2019 

Fibre Federal Credit Union recently moved their Woodland Branch into a renovated space in the Woodland Commons, a retail shopping center the credit union purchased in 2018 to accommodate for future growth and expansion.

Fibre Federal Credit Union recently moved its Woodland branch into a renovated space in the Woodland Commons, a shopping center located at 1147 N. Goerig St., in Woodland, Washington 

The credit union purchased the shopping center in 2018 to accommodate future growth and expansion. The credit union later facilitated the renovation and relocation of Gilliano’s Pizza and Ice Cream Parlor, a Woodland Commons tenant. When Gilliano’s moved out, the credit union renovated the space and moved its Woodland branch into the new space in March. 

The expanded branch is nearly double the size of the previous branch and has a larger, renovated lobby area, more teller windows, and an increased number of offices, growing from three to seven. The Woodland branch is the second-busiest branch of the credit union’s 14 branches, falling behind only the Main branch in Longview.  

OnPoint Community Credit Union to Open Fifth Vancouver Branch

OnPoint Community Credit Union will open a branch late this summer in Vancouver, Washington. The branch will be located in the Murdock Building at 655 Columbia Way. 

Industrial Credit Union saved the equivalent of 125 trees and numerous environmental impacts at their recent shred event.

The 2,200 squarefeet branch is the Oregon-based credit union’s fifth in the Vancouver area, following others in the Salmon Creek, Minnehaha, and east Vancouver. 

Industrial Credit Union Shreds More Than 14,000 Pounds 

Industrial Credit Union held a free shred event in Bellingham, Washington, which netted 14,750 pounds of paper in April. According to A-1 Shredding, every ton of recycled paper can save 17 trees, 380 gallons of oil, three cubic yards of landfill space, 7,000 gallons of water, and more. This event alone saved approximately 125 trees and numerous other environmental impacts, A-1 Shredding estimated.