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Spokane Valley-based Horizon Credit Union has moved its Post Falls branch to 920 N. Highway 41, Suite 10. The doors to the new branch open today.
The branch was relocated from 565 Vest St., south of Interstate 90. The new, 1,700-square-foot space on the north side of the freeway is in the River City Center retail complex.
“The new branch is more centrally located at Highway 41 and Mullan,” said Brian Grytdal, Horizon’s vice president of marketing, in a news release. “We think members and potential members will find the new location more convenient and easier to access.”
Grytdal said the new location also has additional services, including a drive-through, a deposit-taking ATM, and a self-service center with Internet access to Horizon’s website and Home Banking.
Branch hours remain Monday through Friday. 9:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Horizon Credit Union has been serving members since 1947, when it started as Kaiser Employees Federal Credit Union in Spokane. It has grown to 16 branches and more than 39,000 members.