Community First, since 1959 , has been Doing Good!
Making Loan Payments Online
The ability to make a loan payment without coming into the branch or dropping off snail-mail to the post office has been one of Community First’s most popular tech conveniences. We offer several easy ways for you to make payments from the comfort of your home. 

Here’s a list of FREE payment options available:

  • Deposit a check directly to your loan using our Mobile Banking app. Don’t have our app? Search “ComFirstCU” in your app store, it’s free. Click here to learn how to deposit a check on our mobile app. 
  • Transfer your payment from your Community First account through online/mobile banking.
  • If you’d like to pay from your account at another institution, you can set up automatic debit. Fill out this form and drop off it off at your nearest branch, fax or mail it in and the address listed on the bottom of the page. 
  • Pay online via our loan payment system using a debit card --- or by check for FREE! Since the shelter-in-place order, we have waived the online payment fee. 

In an effort to keep our Members and staff safe, we encourage Members to choose one of the listed options above to make a loan payment. They’re quick, secure, easy and FREE. 
Even COVID-19 Can’t Stop This Tradition
As teachers prepare for the upcoming and unusual school year, Community First will be distributing its 26 th Annual Educators Calendar. 

For the past quarter century, Community First staff has looked forward to revisiting their children’s past and/or current schools, while championing LOCAL teachers and educators (who started our credit union back in 1959). 

Unfortunately, this year will be different. For all of us. 

With many school districts in our five-county footprint converting to virtual teaching in the fall, delivering calendars to all teachers and educators will be difficult. But we’ll do our best.

In the next two weeks, we will distribute 2,500 calendars (designed in-house at CFCU), while practicing safe protocols, to all middle and high schools in Lake, Marin, Mendocino, Napa, and Sonoma county.  
Community First Facemasks Benefit REFB
Need an extra face mask? We have you covered! 

Get yourself a Community First branded facemask with a $5 donation to the Redwood Empire Food Bank at any of our 11 branches. 

Facemasks are available to Members and non-Members. 

All proceeds go directly to REFB. Together, we’ll Do Good!

Pictured: Fort Bragg Board Member, Rob Scott, demonstrating the correct way to wear a facemask when out in public. 
Shred Days Coming Up
Like Major League Baseball, our spring Shred Days have been rescheduled. Last month we hosted shredding events at both of our Lake County branches.

This month, we will be hosting Shred Days on Wednesday, August 5 in Fort Bragg and Saturday, August 15 in Santa Rosa*, from 9a to 11a. 

Bring your old, no-longer-needed, personal documents to the host location and have them shredded and safely disposed of by our on-site service provider. This is one more way you can help protect yourself from identity theft. 

There is a five-box limit (file size box) per person. Open to Members and their families. 

When dropping off documents, we remind Members they must wear a face mask and to keep a six-foot distance from other Members and your CFCU helpers. 

*1105 North Dutton Ave., Santa Rosa 95401
PO Box 6004,
Santa Rosa, CA 95406