• Desert Valleys Federal Credit Union

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    • Financial & Investment Services
    100 E Ward Ave.
    Ridgecrest, CA 93555
    (760) 446-3500
    (760) 446-6904 (fax)
    Hours:
    Monday thru Friday - 10:00am to 6:00pm
    Saturday - 10:00am to 2:00pm

    About Us

    Desert Valleys Federal Credit Union received its Charter # 5366 on July 11, 1946. The Credit Union was originally established in the Searles Valley to provide the plant workers of American Potash read more
    • About

      Desert Valleys Federal Credit Union received its Charter # 5366 on July 11, 1946. The Credit Union was originally established in the Searles Valley to provide the plant workers of American Potash Chemical Company a place to cash their payroll checks. our first Board of Directors in forming Desert Valleys Federal Credit Union.

      In May of 1999 the Desert Valleys Federal Credit Union expanded its field of membership to include neighboring communities. In August of 1999 we opened a branch in the community of Ridgecrest allowing us to service many of our current members and open our doors to many new members.

      After eight years on Balsam street, the credit union moved into its new corporate offices in the Ridgecrest Business Park in 2007. For our collective achievements in 2007, the credit union was named ''Business of the Year'' by the Ridgecrest Chamber of Commerce.

      The Credit Union's focus has always been its members. We strive to keep a home town feel about us and service to our members is our number one objective. It is this one-on-one service that has made us stand apart from other financial service organizations in the area.

      In 2012, the credit union opened the Community Resource Center to provide meeting and conference opportunities to non-profit groups in an effort to enhance business development in Ridgecrest. Some of our current partners include the China Lake Alliance, Ridgecrest Chamber of Commerce, Ridgecrest Entrepreneurs Club, Rotary Club of China Lake.

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