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Timeline of Our History

1953
SF Police Credit Union opens their first branch at the Golden Gate Park Police Station, and the first membership applications are received.

Photo Credit: SAN FRANCISCO HISTORY CENTER, SAN FRANCISCO PUBLIC LIBRARY

Our first branch in 1953
1954
SF Police Credit Union holds its first Annual Meeting.
Board Members from 1954
1958
The first issue of "the notebook" - the credit union's newsletter - is issued.
Our first newsletter from 1958
1967
The credit union moves their Golden Gate Park Police Station branch to Noriega Street.
Our Golden Gate Park Branch in 1967
1978
A pharmacy located next to the Noriega Street branch is purchased by the credit union and the branch expands to the building next door. SFPCU has 8,645 members and $23,334,848 in assets.
Our expanded branch in 1978
1989
The credit union moves from Noriega Street to a new location on Irving Street. SFPCU has 12,341 members and $120,427,529 in assets.
Our Irving Street location in 1989
1999
Online banking is introduced. SFPCU has 17,362 members and $288,427,134 in assets.
A computer depicting online banking
2003
SF Police Credit Union opens the San Mateo branch. SFPCU has 19,838 members and $422,382,780 in assets.
The San Mateo Branch in 2003
2003
The credit union expands their field of membership to now include Fire and EMT personnel.
An ambulance
2005
The credit union opens a third branch on Bryant Street.
Credit Union employees
2009
The credit union continues to grow and opens their fourth branch in Pleasanton.
The Pleasanton branch
2011
Mobile banking is introduced and SF Police Credit Union membership opens to select medical centers.
Examples of our website on mobile devices
2013
60 years after the credit union first opened its doors, SFPCU has grown to serve 32,768 members and $726,030,014 in assets.
Graphic indicating that SFPCU has 32,768 members in 2013 and $726,030,014 in assets
2016
SFPCU hosts a groundbreaking ceremony to celebrate the official kickoff of construction of a new administrative building in San Bruno. SFPCU’s Board of Directors and senior management, as well as representatives from the SFPD, SFPOA, the City of San Bruno, and NewGround construction company were in attendance.
Board members breaking ground at our new location in 2016