Our hub for business services and financial education.
STCU's Commercial Banking Center centralizes operations for Tri-Cities business members and those served by the STCU Community Relations team.
august 24, 2020
You'll find the STCU commercial and business services team — and STCU community relations — at the heart of the Tri-Cities business district in the Commercial Banking Center, Suite 210, 9001 W. Tucannon Ave., Kennewick. See map, hours, and contact info
"We’re thrilled to welcome members to our Tucannon office,” says Rebekah Dobbs, STCU Commercial Banking Manager. "Not only is the center architecturally beautiful, it’s the perfect location to meet our commercial and business members across the Tri-Cities community.”
STCU offers commercial accounts, equipment and real estate loans, lines of credit, credit cards, and cash management services to businesses in Eastern Washington and North Idaho. STCU's community relations team provides free financial education to kids and adults, educator grants to area teachers, and broad support for local arts and culture. Schedule of workshops.
Tri-Cities residents have responded enthusiastically to the arrival of STCU, with more than 5,250 business and consumer members in Benton and Franklin counties. Earlier this month, the credit union opened the Pasco Branch, at 5677 Road 68, marking STCU's third Tri-Cities branch location.
The Tucannon office serves business and commercial services; it does not offer traditional branch services or have cash on hand. Members in need of these services are encouraged to visit the Southridge Branch in Kennewick, the Queensgate Branch in Richland, or the Pasco Branch.
STCU is a not-for-profit financial cooperative with more than $3.7 billion in total assets. Founded in 1934 by a small group of Spokane educators, STCU has grown to more than 207,000 members with 25 branch locations. It is the largest Northwest credit union with headquarters east of the Cascades, and is a top-100 credit union nationwide. Our story