The Idaho Central Credit Union branch in downtown Nampa has remodeled to add more workstations and teller stations.
The branch, located at 215 3rd Ave. South, had been getting crowded, said Laura Smith, director of public relations.
In addition, the Chubbuck-based credit union – which fell to second best-performing in the nation for 2017 by S&P Global Market Intelligence, after five years in the top spot – reiterated its intention to expand in north-central Idaho, to cities such as Moscow and Lewiston.
The firm, which has branches in Coeur d’Alene, Post Falls, Hayden, and Pierce, contributed $10 million in January to the University of Idaho for naming rights to its planned basketball arena, and had indicated at the time that it planned to expand in the area.
The credit union has members from all around Idaho, said Smith.
“There are already many ICCU members in the Moscow area,” she said. The credit union has not yet acquired any property in Moscow and does not yet have a timeline for new branches, she said.