Community Corner

Our Handicap Stalls Have Moved!

In the beginning of June, we have moved our two handicap stalls. When you drive into the Hawaii FCU parking garage, straight ahead you will see a handicap parking sign on the cement wall redirecting you to the left. On your left-hand side, the first two stalls painted in blue with the handicap parking sign are reserved for handicap parking only.

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Where To Detect Identity Theft

What is identity theft?

Identity theft is when someone steals your personal information and uses it without your permission. The fraudster can steal personal information such as your Social Security number and use it to create a new account, make purchases, or commit other fraudulent activities.

Due to technology and the internet, your personal information is always at risk.

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Rail work near Hawaii FCU UPDATE!

The following rail work is scheduled till May 9, 2020. If you need to make a visit to our branch, please be sure to plan accordingly and use alternative routes as there will be rail work taking place on nearby streets. If you would like to see more traffic updates regarding construction on the rail, please visit the HART website at: https://www.honolulutransit.org/inform/traffic

We’d also like to encourage you to consider our alternative banking options that allow you access to you account 24/7,

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Ways to Relieve COVID-19 Stress

Since the COVID-19 outbreak has been declared a global pandemic, many of us have been self-quarantined in our homes. For many, the current situation and indefinite isolation may be causing some feelings of stress and anxiety.

Here are a few ideas you can try to help relieve and cope with any overwhelming emotions or stress:

  • Limit your intake of news about the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Rail work near Hawaii FCU!

If you need to make a visit to our branch, please be sure to plan accordingly and use alternative routes as there will be rail work taking place on nearby streets.

Kamehameha Highway between Middle Street and Mokauea Street 

  • Traffic will be reduced to one lane westbound and one lane eastbound 24/7
  • No left turns from Kamehameha Highway will be allowed.

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