About Oakdale Credit Union
Oakdale Credit Union is a financial cooperative which began serving its members in 1953. The purpose of this credit union is to encourage thrift among its members; to create a source of credit at a fair and reasonable cost; to provide an opportunity for each of its members to improve the member's respective economic and social conditions; and to perform the functions and exercise the powers designated for credit unions under applicable law. As a member-owned financial institution, we are able to pay our members overall higher savings rates and lower loan rates. As we continue to grow and expand we hope to better meet and serve the changing needs of our members.
Your deposits are federally insured up to $250,000 by the National Credit Union Share Insurance Fund which is administered by the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA).
To enhance the financial lives of our members.
The Oakdale Credit Union was established in 1953 by a small group of insightful individuals. They realized there was a need for a new kind of financial institution. The kind where "people help people." The credit union's first year of operations recorded 57 members and $3,585.00 in assets. Today we have greatly exceeded those assets from the past. Although much has changed over the years our original principle for which we were formed has not. More members, more "people helping people." Our members enjoy a better return on their investment and better interest rates on loans due to this philosophy. It is this tradition of sharing and service we look forward to maintaining for years to come.
If you are interested in joining Oakdale Credit Union you must meet at least one of the requirements listed below:
- Any patron, member, or employee of the Oakdale Electric Cooperative.
- Any persons residing or employed in the following counties: Adams, Columbia, Jackson, Juneau, Monroe, Richland, Sauk, Vernon and Wood.
- Any members of record at the date of liquidation May 21, 1975 of the Walker Employees Credit Union, Elroy Wisconsin.
- If you are a Public depositor, Employee of the credit union or an immediate family member (spouse, parent, in-law or child) of any other eligible person.
The Oakdale Credit Union is proud to follow in the credit union tradition by playing an active role in the community. We feel a strong commitment to assist in seeing the areas we serve prosper. Our staff regularly volunteers for organizations such as: Local Economic Development Corporation, Revolving Loan Fund Committee, Children's Miracle Network, Cancer Society, Alzheimer Walk, Lion's Club, Local Schools and more. We also enjoy getting in on the local parade routes. Our staff really enjoys putting together a float and participating.