BANGOR, Maine – The Board of Directors and Staff of Penobscot County Federal Credit Union have announced the relocation of their Bangor branch to the former McDonald’s building at 466 Main Street.
The new location will provide Penobscot County Federal Credit Union the opportunity to improve its accessibility and member services.
The old McDonald’s® building will ultimately house Penobscot County Federal Credit Union’s drive-up teller lane, night depository box, and a NEW 24-hour Automated Teller Machine (ATM).
Renovations, including a new lobby and teller line, are planned and are estimated to take three months.
Since its charter 44 years ago, Penobscot County Federal Credit Union has grown to a full-service financial institution with over 7,400 members and over $46 million in assets. The Credit Union’s main office is at 205 Main Street in Old Town and has an additional branch at 98 Bridge Street in West Enfield. PCFCU has made it their mission to build lifelong financial relationships, one member at a time, and is glad to be known as Penobscot County’s “Link to Financial Services”.