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For more information, or for help opening an account, contact: green phone 2-1-1

Financial and Community Partners


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Find a participating bank or credit union in your neighborhood.

Call 2-1-1 to find the bank or credit union that's best for you. Or look for the "Bank On Sacramento" sign at a bank or credit union in your community.
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Ask them about opening an account through Bank on Sacramento.

Our financial partners have designed special banking programs just for you. They'll answer your questions and help you open an account that best serves your needs.
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Remember to bring some identification.

You don't need a Social Security number, but you will need a passport, California ID, Mexican Matricula card, or Guatemalan Consular identification card. And most banks will request a second form of ID, not including cell phone bills.View a .pdf list of accepted IDs.
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Open your new bank account.

The person at the bank will walk you through the entire process. And they can even sign you up for free money management training classes to help you get the most from your bank account.
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