Credit Union of Southern California debutes a new branch in the city of Costa Mesa

CU SoCal opens full-service branch in the Costa Mesa courtyards shopping center at Newport and Harbor Blvd.

ANAHEIM HILLS, CA (January 23, 2018) — Credit Union of Southern California (CU SoCal), with assistance from the Costa Mesa Chamber of Commerce, held a ribbon cutting ceremony to introduce its new, full-service branch to its Members and the public.  The branch, located in the popular Costa Mesa Courtyards retail shopping establishment, centered between Harbor, Newport Blvd and 19th, is just steps away from other retail shops such as CVS, BevMo!, and Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf.

CU SoCal President/CEO, Dave Gunderson was on-hand for the ceremony as well as the Chair of the Costa Mesa Chamber, Tom Johnson, who formally welcomed the credit union to their community. Mr. Gunderson expressed his excitement for the branch’s beach-inspired architecture and design and for new opportunities to deliver CU SoCal’s robust and wallet-friendly financial service product lines to the Costa Mesa and Newport Beach communities.

Among the attendees at the event were Alexander Gonzales, District Staff Representative for Congressman Dana Rohrabacher, David J Taylor, Senior Field Representative for Assemblymember, Matthew Harper, and several other members from both the Costa Mesa Chamber of Commerce, employees of the credit union and members from the surrounding community. The new branch address is 1835 Newport Blvd, Costa Mesa, CA 92627, next door to Eighteen Eight, Fine Men’s Salons.

About Credit Union of Southern California (CU SoCal)

Founded in 1954 as Whittier Area Schools Federal Credit Union, CU SoCal is a credit union open to those who live, work, worship, or attend school in Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside and San Bernardino counties. CU SoCal has a superior five-star financial rating from BauerFinancial, holds more than $2 billion in assets, and serves more than 130,000 Members. For more information, visit


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