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Pioneer VISA Debit Card:

Clackamas County Bank and Sandy High School collaborated to create the Pioneer VISA Debit Card.  The Pioneer VISA Debit Card works like our standard Clackamas County Bank VISA Check Card and is available with any personal checking account.  The card has a custom design created by a Sandy High School student and comes with an EMV chip making your card more secure.  You can also access your checking account funds and use the Pioneer VISA Debit Card for purchases wherever VISA is accepted.

The best part is every time the Pioneer VISA Debit Card is used, a donation will be made to Sandy High School to help support the cost of their various programs and clubs. 

Same restrictions and requirements apply as the standard Clackamas County Bank VISA Check Card.  You can withdraw funds at any one of our 4 ATM locations or the ATM at Sandy High School at no cost.  For 75 cents you can access your funds from any ATM machine where you see a Plus or Start symbol, or for $3.25 per month you may make unlimited withdrawals.

Apple Pay, Samsung Pay and Android Pay is not currently available with the Pioneer VISA Debit Card.

For your security and fraud prevention, we are currently blocking card usage in the following countries:

Mexico, Turkey, Russia, Ukraine, Oman, Romania, Finland, Vietnam, China, Bolivia, Argentina, Japan, and South Africa.

In addition, we are currently blocking card usage in the following states:

Connecticut, Pennsylvania, Michigan and Georgia

If you plan to travel or conduct business in any of these states or countries and use your Pioneer VISA Debit Card, contact us so we can provide you with temporary access.

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Important Information

Clackamas County Bank – June Events Have Been Canceled

Traditionally we have held two events in June benefiting Mt. Hood Hospice. Mt. Hood Hospice is a not for profit hospice who provides independent, community-based program care for terminally ill patients and their loved ones.

The Shred Day/Garage Sale usually takes place the first Saturday in June and the Party on the Patio event takes place on the last Saturday. Because of the recent pandemic, we have had to cancel both events this year because phase 1 of this area only allows gatherings of no more than 25 people.

This decision is to help protect the health and safety of our employees, customers and supporters. We look forward to continue these events again next June of 2021.

We apologize for the changes and we encourage you to call us with any questions you may have.

If you would like to continue to support Mt. Hospice this year, they are accepting donations through their website at mthoodhospice.com/donations.

SBA: Small Business Loans

On Friday, March 27th, 2020, the President signed into law the CARES Act, which contains relief for American workers and small businesses.

Clackamas County Bank is accepting applications for the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) and additional loans that fall under the CARES Act.

To learn more about how to apply and program guidelines, click the link below for the SBA website to get started.

For inquiries and assistance, please call (503) 668-5501.

SBA Link

Clackamas County Bank is Temporarily Changing Lobby Access:

In response to the ongoing pandemic and the government recommendations, we have decided effective Monday, March 23, 2020 to change access to all Clackamas County Bank lobbies temporarily.

Access to the bank lobbies will be minimal and doors will be open by appointment only.  Customers will continue to have access to their money and banking business but are encouraged to use our alternative services including, drive-up service/ITM, ATM, mobile banking and online banking

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Mobile Banking

Mobile banking is a system that allows customers of a financial institution to conduct transactions using a mobile phone, personal digital assistant or a tablet. As with anything online, mobile banking has some risks. This can be minimized using some common sense precautions.

  • Keep a password on your device and have it auto-lock after a certain time.
  • Never save online banking or e-commerce login information on your mobile device.
  • Don’t get phished-Avoid clicking on any links in any text message or email. This may lead to malicious websites or downloads.
  • Before downloading any app, make sure it is from a trusted provider. Always read the app’s privacy policy and make sure that it is not sharing your personal information.