Allegacy Federal Credit Union, one of the largest credit unions in North Carolina, announced today it plans to open its newest location in Mount Airy. The credit union will be located at 1996 Rockford Street, Suite 300 and is expected to open by the end of the year.

“We are thrilled to join the wonderful, growing community of Mount Airy,” said Cathy Pace, Allegacy President and CEO. “Our expansion will allow us to better serve current members and provide fresh opportunities for new members looking for a financial partner dedicated to doing the right thing for their wellbeing. Allegacy is committed to helping our members lead a vibrant, healthy, financially sound life and we look forward to serving, partnering, and working in the Mount Airy community.”

Allegacy joins three other businesses to sign on to a new construction site located at the former Long John Silver’s restaurant, which was razed in 2016. Other new businesses include Starbucks, Jimmy John’s restaurant, and AT&T cell phone.

This location will include dedicated resources focused on small business, financial planning and mortgage services. In addition to offering a full array of retail services, Allegacy offers competitive small business products and services and employer benefits.

Many established Mount Airy and Surry County businesses are already members of Allegacy’s Select Employee Groups (SEGs), which allows employees to enjoy credit union benefits. Some of the local SEGs include Pike Electric, Insteel Industries, Insteel Wire Products, Mountain Valley Hospice and Palliative Care, Omega Construction and Foothill Ford.

Hours at the new Allegacy location are expected to be 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. Monday through Thursday, and 9 a.m. – 6 p.m. on Friday.

About Allegacy

For nearly 50 years, Allegacy has helped its members, employees and the communities it serves be their best by helping people make smart financial choices. By doing right, Allegacy has become one of the largest credit unions in North Carolina serving over 129,000 members worldwide with over $1.2 billion in assets and an additional billion dollars in assets under management in its financial planning group. With roots in Winston Salem, Allegacy has 12 convenient locations and eight high school student-run credit unions in the Triad. Allegacy offers personal and business financial services to help a broad membership base including the employees, retirees and families of over 680 companies throughout the country be their best. To learn more, visit