A Little Bit About Us


The Webster Federal Credit Union was established in 1964. We service the community of the Town of Webster, New York and the Town of Penfield, New York. The Webster Federal Credit Union is a full service financial institution. Look for the old school house bell tower just west of the intersection of Ridge Road and Five Mile Line Road.

Our Mission

Webster Federal Credit Union is committed to providing personal and varied services for the benefit and management of member funds. We will strive to improve our offered services while maintaining growth and efficient money management. As a Credit Union, we are member owned and operate to provide the best possible financial services consistent with federal regulations.

Those who live, work, worship, attend school in or have businesses and other legal entities located in the Town of Webster, New York or the Town of Penfield, New York are eligible. Also included are spouses of persons who have passed away while within the field of membership of this credit union. Employees of this credit union, volunteers in the community, members of their immediate family or household, and organizations of such persons are also eligible.

All policy decisions and rates are decided upon by an elected Board of Volunteers from the membership. Board meetings are held on the second Wednesday of every month at 5:00 p.m. and all members are invited to attend. The election to the Board of Directors is held at the annual meeting. Nominations for the position of Director must be turned in, usually by the end of November. Each year, Director positions are open for election period.

Who Can Join Webster Federal Credit Union?


Persons who live, work, worship, or attend school in and businesses and other legal entities located in the Town of Webster, New York or the Town of Penfield, New York. Also included are spouses of persons who died while within the field of membership of this credit union, employees of this credit union, volunteers in the community, members of their immediate family or household, and organizations of such persons.