2181 Hwy 2 E. Sp 10
Kalispell, MT 59901
Tel: (406) 755-8600
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Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday – 9 am – 5:30 pm
Thursday 10 am – 6 pm
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday – 7:30 am – 6 pm
Thursday 10 am – 6 pm
*Evergreen Office: 9 am – 5 pm (Thursday 10 am – 6 pm)
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday – 7 am – 7pm
Thursday 10 am – 7 pm
Closed Saturday and Sunday
Provides members with 24 hour access to withdraw and transfer funds from savings or checking accounts from locations throughout the world. Although many ATM’s charge fees for their usage, Park Side Credit Union’s ATMs are surcharge free. Machines are located at all three of our offices. You can also use your Park Side ATM or Debit Card to access process transactions surcharge free at the following Town Pump locations:
• 6600 Hwy 93 South; Whitefish
• 502 9th Street West; Columbia Falls
• 1100 Hwy 2 East; Kalispell
• 445 W Idaho Street; Kalispell
• 2181 Hwy 2 E. Sp 10, Kalispell
• 2910 Hwy 93 South; Kalispell
• Walgreens – 700 E 13TH ST, Whitefish MT 59937 – Open 8am – 10pm
• Walgreens – 40 W. Idaho St., Kalispell, MT 59901 – Open 24 hours
Outside of Flathead County (partnered with Missoula Credit Union)
• 2527 N Reserve St, Missoula, MT 59808 – Walgreens
• 2100 Brooks St, Missoula, MT 59801 – Walgreens
• 901 N 1st St, Hamilton, MT 59840 – Walgreens
ATM Safety Tips
- Never share your PIN and commit your PIN to memory.
- As you approach an ATM, be aware of your surroundings. Report any unusual occurrences or discrepancies as soon as possible
- If using an ATM at night, always select well-lit ATMs and use an ATM where the activity is recorded by a surveillance camera.
- Wait until you leave the vicinity of the ATM to count your money.
- Always take your receipt with you, as it may contain personal information that could be helpful to identity thieves.
- Immediately report a lost or stolen card to the financial institution, and sign your new or replacement card as soon as you receive it.
Walk-up ATM Safety Tips
- Have your card ready when you approach the ATM.
- Wait until previous customers have finished their transactions before approaching the ATM.
- Allow an adequate amount of distance between you and others using the ATM.
- Stand close to the ATM when entering your PIN.
Drive-up ATM Safety Tips
- Remain in your car while conducting ATM transactions. For added security, keep car doors locked and windows rolled up before and after making your transaction.
- Keep your car running while operating the ATM. Your personal safety at an ATM depends largely on the safety steps you follow.
We realize there are many questions associated with being a Park Side Credit Union member in addition to questions non-members may have about Credit Unions and our services. We’ve compiled a list of the most frequently asked questions below. If you don’t see an answer to your question(s) below, feel free to contact us and return to this page often as we will be adding more answers to your questions soon.
Q – What do I need to open an account?
A - Individual: Driver’s License, Social Security Card, $25, Proof of Address
Child: Birth certificate, Social Security Card, $5
Business: Because business accounts differ for each situation, please contact a staff member for specific account opening requirments.
Q – What is the ABA Routing and Transit number?
A - 292978005
Q – How do I activate my debit card/PIN?
A - Call 866-985-2273
Q – Do you accept Canadian currency?
A - No
Q – Do you have an on site coin machine?
A – No, however we would be happy to supply you with coin rolls
Q – Do you offer student loans?
A – Yes. Click here to read more
Q – Does Park Side Credit Union sell or share my email or account information with third parties?
A – Absolutely not
Q – What can I do if I suspect fraudulent activity on my account(s)?
A – You can contact us directly at your local branch
Q – What happens if I get a suspicious email that claims it is from Park Side Credit Union
A – You can forward the email to our fraud department at email@example.com
1965 – Whitefish Great Northern Federal Credit Union started on the front porch of Minor Stocking’s home to serve the employees of the Great Northern Railroad and their family members.
1973 – The credit union moved to its own building at 504 Railway Street in Whitefish and changed its name to Whitefish BN Federal Credit union.
1975 – Changed name to Lake-Mountain BN Federal Credit Union.
1976 – Changed name to BN Park Federal Credit Union.
Over the next 20 years the credit union added Select Employer Groups (SEG) to its field of membership. If you wanted to become a member of the credit union you had to be an employee or a family member from one of our employer groups.
1998 – Changed name to Parkside Federal Credit Union to better represent its changing and expanding field of membership.
1999 – Columbia Falls Aluminum Credit Union who served employees and their family members who worked for Columbia Falls Aluminum Company merged in to Parkside Federal Credit Union.
2001 – Built current Columbia Falls location
2002 – Changed name to Park Side Federal Credit Union (two words).
2003 – Converted charter to serve all of Flathead County as an underserved area. Any person living, working, attending school or worshipping in Flathead County qualifies for membership with Park Side Federal Credit Union.
2003 – During the fall of 2003 opened Kalispell branch.
2004 – Received our Low-Income designation.
2007 – Flathead School Employee’s FCU who served Flathead school district and their family members merged in to Park Side FCU.
2007 – Merged in Flathead Credit Union July 31st.
2008 – Moved into the current building at 1300 Baker Avenue in June
2012 – Opened a loan office/satellite branch in Evergreen
2013 – Secured a state charter in order to expand field of membership to include eleven counties in Montana