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  • CoastHills Credit Union: Normal Banking Hours Have Resumed At All Locations

    We have been closely monitoring the response to COVID-19 along the Central Coast, while following guidance from government and health professionals in the counties we serve. As our communities begin to reopen, we would like to welcome our members back into our branch lobbies and drive-thru banking locations during normal member service hours: 
     
    Mon - Thurs: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. 
    Fri: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. 
    Sat: 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.* 
    *Paso Robles, Five Cities, Santa Maria (Stowell) and Lompoc only. 
     
    Member and employee safety is still our number one priority, and we continue to use enhanced cleaning and sanitation processes in branches and offices. However, you'll also notice a few other changes when you enter our branches: 
    Protective shields have been installed at all employee stations.
    Employees are required to wear a protective mask while they are working.
    Decals have been placed on floors with six feet between each to maintain social distancing. 
    Please be aware when entering a branch in both San Luis Obispo and Santa Barbara Counties, a California state-wide order, effective June 18, 2020, requires masks be worn by all individuals unless you have a health condition, are hearing impaired or are a child under the age of 2.  
     
    While our branches are open, we still encourage members to use our self-service banking tools. Our Nipomo and Santa Maria (Betteravia) locations also offer external Interactive Teller Machines (ITM), where you can video chat live with a Member Services Officer without having to enter a branch. Our ITMs have also resumed normal member service hours: Mon-Thu: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Fri: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. For more information about our ITMs and a video tutorial with a step-by-step guide, click here.  
     
    We do ask that if you are feeling ill, please stay home. To stay up-to-date on how we are effectively managing operations, please visit CoastHills.coop/Coronavirus