4 features you’ll love about the new Thomes Branch

We can’t wait for you to see our new Thomes Branch! 

Here are 4 reasons to stop by today.
  1. It’s everything you love about Western Vista—now in a central location. Get all your banking done at a branch that’s convenient for you! Located in Cheyenne’s West Edge District, the Thomes branch is a quick walk from just about anywhere downtown or in the West Edge.
  2. You’ll get a “perk” you can’t enjoy anywhere else. We’re Cheyenne’s first (and only) credit union with a Ziggi’s Coffee inside! Settle in and get comfortable with your coffee in the lobby, or grab your coffee to go from the handy walk-up window outside. 
  3. There’s always off-street parking available. One less worry when you come and see us! 
  4. You can enjoy the cozy ambiance of a crackling fire any time. Consider our statement-making fireplace an open invitation to take a break, get comfortable with your coffee, and stay awhile. 

We’re so excited to be part of Cheyenne’s West Edge District, and we can’t wait for you to see our new branch at 1920 Thomes! See you there soon.

Rendering by Winters Griffith Architects.

Join us for the grand opening of our Thomes Branch… and Ziggi’s Coffee!

Be the first to see our newest home on Thomes!

10 a.m. – 2 p.m. • Friday, February 24 • 1920 Thomes

This branch has our best “perk” yet: Ziggi’s Coffee, located right inside the lobby! 

A quick walk from just about anywhere downtown or in the West Edge, our Thomes branch is the perfect place to grab your morning (or mid-day) coffee, get your banking done, and enjoy a cozy, comfortable space to catch up with friends and neighbors.

You’ll also find:

  • A walk-up ATM for after-hours transactions
  • A spacious conference room, available to reserve for public use
  • The friendly faces and financial expertise you’ve come to expect from other Western Vista branches 

Make plans to join us from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Friday, February 24, as we celebrate the grand opening of Western Vista’s newest home on Thomes.

Rendering by Winters Griffith Architects.