Join Neighborhood Credit Union
Joining Neighborhood Credit Union is easy! Simply meet one of these requirements and you are eligible for membership.
Live or work in Dallas County, Ellis County or the City of Arlington.
Live, work, worship or attend school within a 10-mile radius of the branches in Coppell, Grand Prairie, Highland Village, or Richardson.
Currently employed or retired from a company served by Neighborhood Credit Union.*
Currently employed or retired from the Dallas or Arlington District of the United States Postal Service.
Related to someone who fits any of the membership requirements.
Reside in one of the following counties, and want to join the American Consumer Council at no cost to become
eligible for membership at Neighborhood Credit Union. Eligible counties are: Collin, Delta, Denton, Hunt, Johnson, Kaufman, Parker,
Rockwall, Tarrant, and Wise.**
Current member of the American Consumer Council and live in one of the following counties: Collin, Delta, Denton, Hunt, Johnson,
Kaufman, Parker, Rockwall, Tarrant, and Wise.**
Please have a valid driver’s license or state ID, Social Security number, address, date of birth and money ready to fund your account.
Make the Switch to Neighborhood Credit Union Today
Switching your accounts to Neighborhood Credit Union is easy using our convenient Direct Deposit and Change Automatic Payment forms.
Switch Direct Deposit.
Use the Direct Deposit Form to notify each employer with whom you have direct deposit arrangements. Include a voided Neighborhood Credit Union check or deposit slip for account verification. You can also use the Direct Deposit for any other incoming automatic deposits.
Switch Automatic Payments / Withdrawals.
Contact companies that receive an automatic payment from your checking account such as your car insurance, utilities provider, insurance payments, etc. Complete and send the Change Automatic Payment Form along with a voided Neighborhood Credit Union check or deposit slip to notify these companies.
Close Your Old Accounts.
Make sure you allow plenty of time for any outstanding checks or automatic payments to clear. Once your old account(s) are inactive, notify your old financial institution. Ask them to send you the remaining balance.
Company Enrollment with Neighborhood Credit Union
Neighborhood Credit Union serves a number of Dallas-Fort Worth area companies and their employees. In other words, we are their credit union. If you work for one of these companies, then you can join Neighborhood Credit Union and reap the many financial benefits Neighborhood Credit Union offers. If your company is not listed, simply print and complete the Invitation Letter, and send it back to us.
Mail: Neighborhood Credit Union, Attention: Business Development, 13651 Montfort Drive, Dallas, Texas, 75240
** For additional details about the American Consumer Council, click here.