Becoming a Member


Plainsview Credit Union is 100% owned by our members and governed by a board of directors.

What does it mean to become a member of Plainsview Credit Union?

  • Democratic ownership: one member, one vote, regardless of the amount of shareholdings or deposits.
  • You have a voice, along with other members, in setting Plainsview's direction at the local level, where services meet your needs.
  • You can share in the distribution of earnings.
  • You may seek election to the Plainsview board of directors.

What does it take to open an account in branch? Call or visit your local branch today to open your account!

Here is what you will need to bring with you:
  • One piece of photo identification from the list below.
  • $5 for your membership which gives you voting rights and an opportunity to share your voice!
  • Call ahead to book your appointment.

Acceptable Photo Identification

It must be valid, current and original photo identification issued by a federal, provincial or territorial Government.
  • Canadian Driver’s License
  • Passport
  • Secure Certificate of Indian Status
  • Provincial or Territorial Identity Card (including Saskatchewan non-driver photo card)
  • Permanent Resident Card
Or, fill out our online Membership Application and we'll have a staff member contact you directly to finish the process and book an appointment to open your account.


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