First New York Federal Credit Union opens all branch lobbies

ALBANY, NY (May 26, 2020) — First New York Federal Credit Union has reopened all seven branches and has installed safety measures for the protection of both members and employees. The Credit Union remained open during the coronavirus outbreak, offering the use of drive-throughs, interactive teller machines and online banking services.

“Some of our members prefer doing their banking with our team members that know them personally, so we felt comfortable reopening our branches with proper health and safety protocols in place,” said Lucy G. Halstead, First New York President and CEO.

Employees will be required to wear masks and gloves and plexiglass protective barriers have been installed for extra precaution. Visit for a full list of branch locations and hours.

About First New York Federal Credit Union

First New York Federal Credit Union is a full-service not-for-profit financial cooperative providing banking and lending services to consumers and businesses in the Capital Region. First New York offers a full suite of financial services including checking and savings accounts, mobile and online banking, home and auto loans, credit cards, commercial lending and investment services. First New York has over $473 million in assets and serves 35,000+ members. The credit union has eight full-service branches in Albany, Cobleskill, Glenville, Halfmoon, Niskayuna, North Greenbush, Rotterdam, and Saratoga, and scholastic branches in Schenectady, Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake and Mohonasen High Schools. Members can also access 5,600+ shared branch locations and 30,000+ fee-free ITM/ATMs nationwide.


Justin Cresswell, Vice President of Marketing & Business Development
First New York Federal Credit Union 
Call or text (518) 598-3917

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