About Us

Mill Town Credit Union was chartered in September 1939 by the then employees of the Soundview Pulp Company based off the waters near the Everett Marina. It became Scott’s Paper Credit Union after it was acquired by the company in 1963 and became a reliable financial resource for the employees . The name was later changed to Mill Town Credit Union in April of 2004 to better describe the Credit Union after Kimberly-Clark purchased Scott Paper and we expanded our membership privileges.

We are a not-for-profit financial cooperative that is regulated by the National Credit Union Administration and the Washington State Department of Financial Institutions.  Mill Town Credit Union is owned and operated by its members for the benefit of all members.  Our goal is to help each other by providing a quick economic source of confidential credit and by promoting money management through a convenient, systematic savings plan. We’re a member of the Shared Branching Network CO-OP and are NCUA insured.