Best Local Bank

Idaho Central Credit Union

Since 1940, Idahoans have been squirreling away their hard-earned moola with ICCU, making it the largest credit union in the state with 28 locations in the Treasure Valley, Magic Valley, eastern Idaho and northern Idaho. Customer loyalty is central to that success, which was (yet again) born out by Best of Boise voters—twice as many ballots were cast for ICCU than its competitors... combined.

2nd Place: Capital Educators Credit Union—Sure, banks are all about the Benjamins, but a great bank looks past dollars and cents to support its community. CapEd is one such financial institution, founded in 1936 by a group of teachers with a mission to support fellow educators. Eight decades later, it's still a force for good, giving more than $250,000 in the past eight years to help teachers improve their classrooms.

3rd Place: D.L. Evans Bank—Idaho became a state in 1890. Fourteen years later, a group of businessmen with got together with then-Sen. D.L. Evans to found a bank that would help grow the young state. The feeling was mutual, as Idahoans have helped D.L. Evans expand to more than $1.2 billion in assets, 28 branches and seven mortgage lending offices across the south Idaho region. With three generations of Evanses at the helm, it's a family business that you can bank on.

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