(716) 771-5000 | 1937 Union Road, West Seneca, NY 14224-2022

We’re Expanding!

We’re Expanding!

Construction Update 1/24/2023

The crew is hard at work getting some important details in place on our drive-thru lanes, including lovely new stonework. Exciting things are happening, inside our expansion as well. The new conference room will be lovely and spacious.  We appreciate our members’ continued patience as we work to serve you better in the future. 

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Construction Update 11/25/2022

Our expansion is moving along!  We finally have walls, and a roof.  The drive-thru lanes are in place, and we will soon have heating and new windows.  Thank you again for your continued patience as we grow to serve you better. 

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More Construction Updates

Construction Update 9/1/2022

After months of no movement due to an unforeseen Erie County Storm Sewer issue that has since been resolved, we are back on track! We greatly appreciate your patience and are so very sorry for this inconvenience but it was truly out of our control. We are hopeful to stay on schedule. Thanks again for your patience!

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Construction update (7/18/2022):

As you may have noticed, we are at a bit of a standstill with our construction. We are very sorry for this inconvenience and are grateful for your patience.  As is typical with large construction projects such as this, there have been a few unforeseen issues that are out of our control and are taking longer to resolve but we are confident we should be back to it soon. Thanks again for your patience, we appreciate it!!

Our Credit Union’s expansion plans include the addition of two drive-thru lanes, for a total of four drive-thru lanes, more offices and additional parking.

All expansion updates will be available on this page as the project progresses, so please check back often!

We have temporarily relocated our drop box to the front of our building.
Expansion rendering by Lydon Architectural