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Shred Event

Bring your documents to our FREE Shred EVENT. Organize your files and get rid of all your unnecessary documents that are taking up valuable space. By shredding your documents with personal information on them instead of just recycling or throwing them away, you are protecting yourself from identity theft.

What should I shred?

Anything with any personal identification information, including:

  • account records
  • credit union statements
  • credit card statements
  • banking information
  • blank checks
  • copies of checks
  • credit card receipts
  • credit information
  • deposit slips
  • financial records
  • insurance information
  • legal documents
  • medical records
  • outdated records
  • passwords/PIN numbers
  • prescriptions
  • tax records

Pepare your documents for shredding

Paper will only be accepted for shredding if you follow the guidelines below.

  • staples and paperclips do not need to be removed
  • remove large binder clips
  • remove three-ring binders
  • no business cleanouts please

Items not shredded

We can not accept or shred the following items:

  • books
  • phone books
  • newspapers
  • non-paper items

How you can reduce paper

If you are looking for ways to reduce the amount of paper in your home, we have the answer.

  • Sign up for e-Statements* which include: account and credit card statements, account notifications and INT forms
  • Sign up for e-Payer* our electronic bill pay system.  Schedule payments or pay immediately without checks directly from your account.
  • Set up e-Bills* to have your bills electronically delivered into your online banking account.
  • Research the documents and records you need to keep and what you can shred on the website.

*You must be enrolled in online banking to access these services.

Identity theft

Many people have been victims of identity theft.  The FTC has information to help you protect yourself from identity theft and what to do if you are a victim.