March 1939: First chartered as State Employment Employees Federal Credit Union, with an original field of membership consisting of employees of the Department of Employment in Sacramento, California, and members of their immediate families.
November 1970: Name change to HRD Federal Credit Union (Human Resources Department, State of California).
April 1979: Name change to Triple S Federal Credit Union.
1986 - 1997: Field of membership expanded to include several small employee groups (SEGs) and associations.
August 1997: Change from a federally chartered credit union to a state chartered credit union. Name change to Triple S Credit Union.
January 1998: Field of membership expanded to include individuals who live, work, or worship in Sacramento County (Community Charter).
1953 - 1983: Field of membership expanded to include four local Unions.
1983: Name changed to Super U Credit Union to be more reflective of the various Unions associated with the credit union.
1985: Field of membership expanded to include relatives of current members, whether or not they live in the same household.
1993 - 1998: Field of membership increased from five basic Unions to over 175 Unions officially recognized as affiliated with the credit union.
February 11, 2003: Merger of Triple S Credit Union and Super U Credit Union.
February 13, 2003: Name change to California Community Credit Union.
November 18, 2003: Field of membership expanded to include individuals who live, work, or regularly worship in Placer and Stanislaus Counties (expansion of Community Charter).
September 23, 2014: Western Valley Federal Credit Union merged into California Community Credit Union. Field of membership expanded to include employees and retirees of Union Pacific Railroad and other small employee groups.