Encinitas

200 D Street
Encinitas, CA 92024
  • M-Th: 9:00AM - 5:00PM
  • F: 9:00AM - 6:00PM
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Encinitas Branch Information

Drive-up ATM

If you need the convenience of conducting your transactions from the comfort of your car, pull up to our drive-up ATMs. Perfect for when you’re on the go.

Foreign Currency

Need to wire money in a foreign currency, or to exchange U.S. dollars to a different currency? Talk to a banker at this branch and we’d be happy to confirm the currency you need is available.

Night Drop

Night drop is available at this branch. Look for the drop box or talk to a banker for details.

Safe Deposit

Have confidential or valuable materials you need safely stored? Safe deposit boxes are available at this branch.  Ask a banker for details about this service.

Talking ATM

Securely conduct your transactions with both visual and auditory interaction by plugging in a headset. Ideal for those who need or prefer auditory responses.

Walk-up ATM

Need cash or to make a quick deposit? You’ll find easy-access walk-up ATMs conveniently located for you when you are on foot.

About Encinitas

The Union Bank Encinitas branch is proud to serve New Encinitas, Olivenhain, Leucadia and Cardiff-by-the-Sea. We are located in the ¿Old Encinitas¿ area, a small beachside area sitting along Coast Highway 101 (Historic US 101). Encinitas is known for the Encinitas welcome arch and the famous surf break Swamis and has been named among the 20 best surf towns in the world by National Geographic. Encinitas is located along six miles of Pacific Ocean coastline paying homage to the historic Highway 101 beach culture that thrived in the mid-1900s. The original location was built in 1968 and features stunning stained glass windows as part of a "New Glass Movement" that arose spontaneously among a number of American architects, especially on the West Coast. Parking is available to our clients in the adjoining parking lot.Our team is pleased to welcome and assist our clients in Polish, Mandarin Chinese, and Tagalog.