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Why Commonwealth Credit Union

We want you to live your best life. Since 1951, we've been helping members do just that, while earning their trust and working with them at every step.

Bettering lives through our passion to serve

We named ourselves Commonwealth to remind us of who we are here to serve. Over the course of 70 years, we have grown from only one employee to a team that is over 300 employees strong with 17 branches throughout Central Kentucky and the Louisville Metro Area. We've been here supporting generations of families through good times and bad, staying up to date with technology, but never losing sight of the value of our personal touch.
We are owned by members like you, and everything we do is focused on you, focused on empowering you to do more with your finances.
By working with us, you'll feel a sense of accomplishment when you reach your savings goals. You'll feel proud when you celebrate important milestones in life, such as buying your first home or launching your business.

We’re proud of our members and the multiple generations we have served. We’re proud of our employees, too. We’re a family that’s responsive to our members and our community, seeking opportunities to help wherever we can.

We hope to welcome you as a member so you can become part of our family and part of our legacy, and us a part of yours.

Become a member. Join the family.

Membership is open to anyone who lives, works, worships, attends school, or volunteers in the following Kentucky counties:
  • Anderson
  • Bourbon
  • Boyle
  • Bullitt
  • Clark
  • Estill
  • Fayette
  • Franklin
  • Garrard
  • Harrison
  • Henry
  • Jefferson
  • Jessamine
  • Lincoln
  • Madison
  • Mercer
  • Nicholas
  • Oldham
  • Owen
  • Powell
  • Scott
  • Shelby
  • Spencer
  • Trimble
  • Woodford
Immediate family members of someone who qualifies for membership can also join, as well as immediate family members of current members. Immediate family members include spouses, children, siblings, parents, grandparents, grandchildren, stepparents, stepchildren, step siblings, and adoptive relationships.