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If you're looking for a CapEd Credit Union branch near you in Twin Falls, Idaho, hop off Interstate 93 at Washington Street North and head south! Our Twin Falls Member Convenience Center is situated on the corner of Washington Street North and Cheney Drive West, just across the street from where Cheney Drive West turns into North College Road.
At this CapEd location, our friendly and knowledgeable staff are ready to assist you with mortgage loans, auto loans, business accounts, and more. Visitors and members may also convert coins to cash with our onsite coin machine.
123 Cheney Dr. West Twin Falls, ID 83301
- Mon - Thurs
- 9:00am - 5:30pm
- 9:00am - 6:00pm
Drive-Thru HoursAlways Open
Call Us(208) 884-0150
- A 24-hr ATM
- Notary Public
- Coin Machine
- Shared Branching
An Inside Look
CapEd's Twin Falls branch was completed in 2018 and is our first branch in the Twin Falls community. The branch was constructed in the Member Convenience Center (MCC) style to provide our members with the flexibility of self-service to full-service banking options to fit their preference and individual needs.
Learn more about the MCC difference on our blog and come see us in Twin Falls during business hours today!
If you need help but can't stop by a physical branch, CapEd's member service team is ready to help with your needs in person and online. Start a chat with the Let's talk! chat feature to your right, read our FAQs below, or reach out via your preferred method on our Contact Us page.
What Our Members Are Saying
The following is a list of some of CapEd's top member questions with answers to help you meet your needs faster:
A Notary Public is an official appointed by the state government to help people avoid fraud when signing important documents like mortgage loans. Understandably, a lot of people outside of the banking or business industries don't know what Notary Public means. Learn more from the experts on the National Notary Association website.
Log into eBanking, or call our phone banking line at (208)884-0151 or (800)801-9601 to hear your balance and your most recent transaction history.
You can visit our loan payment options page to learn more about how you can pay your loan.
Visit the Skip-a-Payment page on our website to see if you qualify to skip your loan payment.