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Maps Credit Union opens new High Street Branch and Professional Center

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Maps Credit Union opens new High Street Branch and Professional Center

SALEM, Ore. 30 June 2022 — Mid-Willamette Valley residents and businesses seeking a banking experience that anticipates their needs, offers relevant solutions and looks out for their overall financial well-being – all under one roof – can look no further than the newly opened Maps Credit Union High Street Branch and Professional Center located at 465 Division Street in Salem. 

The High Street Branch is a recent addition to Maps Credit Union’s ten branches serving residents of Marion and Polk Counties. The High Street Branch pairs traditional banking services with the Maps Professional Center where customers receive personalized access to services through Universal Consultants. 

“The goal of the High Street Branch and Professional Center is to provide more in-depth value for Maps customers. It was conceived as a place to build relationships with members and get to know how we can best support their financial well-being,” said Jordan Young, Director of Sales and Service. 

Universal Consultants are equipped to complete transactions or visit with members wherever it is most comfortable — whether it is a couch, chair or desk. From anywhere in the branch, Universal Consultants can assist members with anything from opening an account, making a deposit or connecting a borrower with a mortgage loan officer. 

This one-stop-shop approach means customers can handle any and every financial need in one visit. At the Professional Center, members have access to specialists in a variety of services such as home and commercial loans, personal and commercial insurance, business services, wealth management and private banking. It is also home to Maps Community Foundation, the philanthropic arm of Maps Credit Union. 

At the Professional Center customers can take advantage of the following financial services: 

Home Loans – Mortgage loan officers are on hand to walk with borrowers through the home buying process from pre-approval to closing. As a financial cooperative, Maps can offer competitive rates and low fees.  

Insurance – Maps Insurance Service is an independent insurance agency that offers business and personal insurance from major carriers. Local agents help members find quality coverage and the best rates to meet their business or individual needs. 

Commercial Loans – Commercial loans include multi-family and apartment financing, professional manufacturing loans and operating lines of credit. As one of the Willamette Valley’s leading industries, Maps offers both real estate and equipment financing for farmers. 

Business Services – Maps offers a wide variety of business services including traditional checking accounts, merchant card processing, payroll services, employment screening and remote deposit capture. 

Visitors are also encouraged to grab coffee or a snack at the The Dot, the Professional Center coffee shop, where proceeds go right back into the community through the Maps Community Foundation.

The Maps Credit Union High Street Branch and Professional Center are open Monday through Friday from 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. and closes at 6 p.m. on Fridays. A walk-up ATM is available daily. For more information, visit

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About Maps Credit Union
Maps Credit Union is a member-owned financial cooperative with 72,000 members and 10 full-service branches serving Oregon’s Mid-Willamette Valley region. Maps Credit Union was founded in 1935 as an educators’ credit union and believes in lifelong learning. As a community-chartered credit union, residents in the Willamette Valley Basin are eligible for membership. Maps’ mission of “Every Member Benefits” drives the focus on giving back to members through affordable loan rates, competitive savings rates, and products and services designed to meet the needs of the membership. Maps is actively involved in Marion and Polk County communities through volunteerism, charitable giving, sponsorships and more. To learn more, visit

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