CHICO, Calif. - Tri Counties Bank announced their plan to convert their downtown branch into an office space.
The current branch located at 525 Salem will close on April 22 at 5 p.m.
The ATM located in downtown will still be open to the public, but the branch will no longer be open.
Customer Accounts will be transferred to the Chico Park Plaza Branch and all banking needs such as lending, depository services, and wealth management must be done there as well.
The Park Plaza branch, located at 780 Mangrove Avenue, was recently remodeled to provide a layout that is more effective to serve customers from both branches.
After the conversion of the downtown branch, the office will be able to house approximately 100 team members.
According to President and CEO of Tri Counties Bank, Rick Smith, this conversion will be beneficial for Downtown Chico.
“We are excited to continue to support the growth of Chico and its local businesses by bringing in more of the Bank’s team members into the Downtown business area,” says Smith.
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