Tel: (617) 288-2420

Locations and ATMs

Boston Firefighter's Credit Union Headquarters

Our Main Branch is located directly across the street from Florian Hall at:

60 Hallet Street
Dorchester, MA 02124

Boston Fire west roxbury branch

Our New Branch is located at:

2029 Centre Street
West Roxbury, MA 02132

Phone:  617-288-2420
Hotline: 800-552-4379

Member Service and Loan Dept. Fax:  857-220-2158
Accounting and Administration Fax:  617-288-8750


60 Hallet Street, Dorchester
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday:  8:30 am - 3:30 pm
Thursday: 8:30am - 7:00pm
(Due to COVID our lobby will be closed at 3:30pm on Thursdays but we will be answering calls until 7:00pm)
Saturday:  8:30am - 12:30pm

2029 Centre Street, West Roxbury
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday:  10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Friday: 8:30 am - 5:00 pm
Saturday:  8:30 am - 12:30 pm

2021 Holiday Schedule

Our office will be CLOSED on the following holidays:

Friday, January 1 - New Year's Day 
Monday, January 18 - Martin Luther King Day 
Monday, February 15  - President's Day 
Monday, April 19 - Patriot's Day 
Monday, May 31 - Memorial Day 
Monday, July 5 - Independence Day
Monday, September 6 - Labor Day 
Monday, October 11 - Columbus Day 
Thursday, November 11 - Veteran's Day 
Thursday, November 25 - Thanksgiving Day
Saturday, December 25 - Christmas

Another creative advantage of BFCU is our Shared Branching program.

Shared Branching is when credit unions join a network where members can do business at any other credit union in the network. This means you are able to conduct BFCU account transactions at non BFCU locations locally as well as all across the country.

Whether you are in other areas of Boston or in Florida for the winter or somewhere on business or vacation, it’s like having a branch of BFCU right where you are.

You can make deposits, withdrawals, make loan payments, transfer funds, check balances and more. It may not be banking at BFCU, but it is still banking with BFCU.

  • What information do I need in order to perform transactions?
    • Credit Union name
    • Member #
    • Valid Government Issue ID
  • What types of transactions can I perform within the Shared Branching network?
    • Deposit funds
    • Withdraw cash
    • Make loan payments and advances
    • Get balance information
    • Transfer funds
    • Money orders, official checks and traveler's checks 
      (as available, fees may apply)
    • Use notary, fax and photocopy services 
      (as available, fees may apply)
    • Deposit at 24/7 ATMs 
      (as available, fees may apply)
  • Is Shared Branching safe?

    All of your transactions will be as safe and secure as if you were actually at BFCU!  Your personal information is NOT housed at any of these locations.  Transactions take place similar to the way they do through the ATM network.

  • What is Shared Branching?

    Shared branching is when credit unions join a network and let members of other credit unions use their branches to do transactions on their own accounts for their own credit union.

    Which means, you will be able to transact BFCU business at non-BFCU locations - all across the country! Whether you are in Florida for the winter or somewhere on business or vacation, it will be like having a branch of BFCU right where you are.

  • How can I find a credit union in the Shared Branching network?

    You can find a credit union near you that is associated with Shared Branching by visiting and entering the city and state, or zip code of the area you wish to search. This website will generate a list of credit unions you can visit to perform your BFCU transactions.

To avoid surcharges when withdrawing cash, visit one of the ATM's listed in the networks below:

SUM Surcharge Free ATM Network     Co-Op Surcharge Free ATM Network      Money Pass Surcharge Free ATM Network Logo

ATM Safety Tips

  • Be mindful of your surroundings - if the machine is poorly lit or in a secluded area, use another ATM.
  • Lock car doors and roll up windows when using drive-through ATM's.
  • Do not leave keys or valuables in the car when using an ATM.
  • Have your card ready to avoid having to go through your purse or wallet.
  • Make sure no one nearby can view your PIN or transaction amount.
  • Do not count cash while standing at an ATM - put your cash, card and receipt away immediately.
  • After completing an ATM transaction, remember to take your card and transaction record - do not leave your receipt behind.
  • If your card becomes stuck inside an ATM machine, be suspicious of anyone offering their help, even if they appear to be a credit union/bank security officer. Do not accept help from strangers.