Portland-based OnPoint Community Credit Union is preparing to open its first Clark County stand-alone branch in east Vancouver’s Target-anchored Mill Plain Town Center.
The branch in the shopping center at Southeast Mill Plain Boulevard and 160th Ave. is expected to open at 9 a.m. April 3 with a ribbon-cutting ceremony, according to Jeff Goodman, branch manager. A public grand opening and free barbecue also is planned for 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, April 20. Goodman said the branch will employ nine full- and part-time employees, including a mortgage lending officer and an investment adviser.
OnPoint is a full-service bank founded 81 years ago as the Portland Teachers Credit Union. It now operates in several Oregon counties and in Skamania County and Clark County, which has three OnPoint branches located inside Vancouver Safeway stores.