One of Arizona’s oldest credit unions, Tucson Old Pueblo Credit Union opened its doors in 1935 with 19 members and $30.75 in assets. Established by Tucson Firefighters, Police and City employees, TOPCU was originally located at Fire Station #1 in downtown Tucson. Through the years, TOPCU has expanded services and our field of membership to serve the greater Tucson community.
Today TOPCU serves more than 13,000 members with over $140 million in assets. While we remain committed to our founding philosophy of Serving Those Who Serve, we also strive to keep pace with the ever changing technology and services required to remain competitive in the financial services industry to better serve all of our members.
We provide financial services that meet the unique needs of those who serve our community.
We Seek to
- Be the primary financial institution for City of Tucson employees and select groups
- Be a mutually profitable and growing institution to better serve the financial needs of our members
- Attract and retain high-quality employees who deliver exceptional service to our members
In the Community
While TOPCU was originally established in 1935 as “Tucson Municipal Employees Federal Credit Union” by City Firefighters, Police and City employees, our mission has expanded to serve the financial needs of the broader Tucson community through our affordable banking programs. We also believe it is important to give back to the community we serve. TOPCU and our employees participate in events and volunteer for charitable programs which include support for community first responders and their families.