Who Can Join Artesia Credit Union?


Certificate of Resolution of the Board of Directors

Requesting Approval of Amendment of Bylaws



Membership in the credit union shall be limited to those having a common bond of association, occupation, or residence as follows:  "Employees of the Artesia Public Schools, Artesia, NM; members of the Board of Education of the Artesia Public Schools; members of the Artesia Association of Educational Retirees and any retired school employee residing in Eddy County; employees of Central Valley Electric Cooperative, Artesia, NM; Retired employees of CVE Cooperative, employees of Yates Petroleum and its subsidiaries, who work in, are paid from, or supervised in Artesia, New Mexico; employees of the City of Artesia; employees of the Penasco Valley Telephone Cooperative, and its subsidiary, PVT Networks; employees of Holly Corporation, employees of Koch Asphalt Solutions, employees of Eddy County Sheriff's Department, employees of Champion, Inc, and Ryder Services, Inc., employees of Mack Energy Corporation, employees of Johnny C. Moreno, M.D., employees of employees of C-2 technologies, employees of OK Hot Oil Services, retired persons of the above-named organizations; employees of this credit union; members of the immediate families of such persons; organizations of such persons, and residents of Eddy and Chaves Counties who live work, and worship within a 30 mile radius of the Artesia Credit Union branch located at 210 N. 5th Street in Artesia, New Mexico

The Artesia Credit Union, organized as a Central Credit Union, will also admit as members, residents of New Mexico who meet the following qualifications:

     A.   Executive officers, board members, committee members, and employees of credit unions organized under any credit union act, or the executive officers, directors, and employees of an employer with insufficient numbers or with executive officers, directors and employees who do not desire to form or conduct the affairs of a separate credit union.

     B.   Persons in the field of membership of liquidated credit unions that have entered into, or are about to enter into voluntary or involuntary liquidation proceedings; and

     C.   Members of the immediate families of members qualified pursuant to Subsection A or B.



To help the government fight the funding of terrorism and money laundering activities, Federal law requires all financial institutions to obtain, verify and record information that identifies each person who opens an account.

What this means for you:  when you open an account, we will ask for your name, address, date of birth, and other information that will allow us to identify you.  We may also ask to see your driver's license or other identifying documents

If you or someone you know would like to join the Credit Union, come in and visit with one of our Member Service Representatives and they will be glad to assist you or click the link below for our online application