I can’t help but feel cautiously optimistic about our future. Our local COVID infection rates and hospitalizations are dramatically lower now than during their peaks this past fall and winter. The vaccination supply chain continues to strengthen, with increases in production and additional drug makers receiving approval. While appointments will continue to be encouraged, they will no longer be required. A dedicated Concierge will greet and help direct members within the branch and monitor for social distancing and our 25% maximum member occupancy. All services – including business transactions – are available once again to Salal members. I’m hopeful that our hard work will be rewarded with brighter days just around the corner. We’re all in this together and we’ll get through this together.
Please stay well and safe, and reach out to us with questions on how we can help you.”
—Russ Rosendal, President & CEO
Updated July 27, 2021, 3:21 p.m.
We’re pleased to announce that as of June 14, we have reopened our five neighborhood branch lobbies to members with and without appointments. For many of your everyday banking needs, the quickest way to access and manage your finances is through Mobile and Online Banking. We will continue to monitor conditions to protect the health and well-being of our staff, members and communities.
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Information and Resources for Members Affected by COVID-19.
Our teams are set up remotely and fully operational. We are committed to ensuring you have access to the same financial service you have come to count on. For account assistance or support, call Business Services at 206.298.9398 or send us an email to BusinessServices@SalalCU.org.
The CDC Coronavirus Resource Page provides health considerations and tools for operating during COVID-19.