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Routing Number

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Sometimes we need to make an electronic deposit or set up a draft. For your convenience we have placed that information here for you.


If you have a regular share or a savings account:

This account is a non-transactional account and can not be set up to pay bills. This account can accept payroll deduction or direct deposit. The account number you will use is your base account number. This can be found on the membership card we give you when you open the account. It also can be found at the top of your statement in the box at the top right corner. The routing number is 265 377 073.


If you have a share draft or checking account:

This account has a special number added to the base account number. To find out what number is added, look at a receipt or your bank statement and see if the account number is followed by a 71, 72, or 75.

  • If it is a 71 add the number 10 to the base account number. Example: If your account number is 55-55-55 then your account number for direct deposit or ordering checks is 55555510 and the routing number is 265 377 073
  • If it is a 72 add the number 20 to the base account number. Example: If your account number is 55-55-55 then your account number for direct deposit or ordering checks is 55555520 and the routing number is 265 377 073
  • If it is a 75 add the number 50 to the base account number. Example: If your account number is 55-55-55 then your account number for direct deposit or ordering checks is 55555550 and the routing number is 265 377 073