FROM LOCAL SOURCES
JASPER -- Springs Valley Bank and Trust has announced it will close its lobbies starting today due to COVID-19.
Drive-up window services will continue during regular business hours and customers can use on-line banking tools anytime to complete many transactions.
You can read the company's full statement below.
Other area banks including Freedom, German American and Old National have also closed their lobbies. They’ll see customers by appointment only. Drive-thru services are not impacted.
Springs Valley Bank & Trust is taking precautionary steps to help protect customers, employees, and our community, as we adapt during this time of uncertainty surrounding COVID-19.
Beginning Monday, March 23, 2020 all Springs Valley Banking Center lobbies will be closed until further notice. Our drive-up window services will continue to be open regular business hours. For drive-up window hours visit svbt.bank.
Springs Valley encourages you to leverage digital banking tools and other resources for self-service banking and 24/7 account access. Call your nearby banking center to make an appointment for in-person appointments or Safe Deposit Box services.
“In these uncertain, stressful, and rapidly evolving times, rest assured Springs Valley Bank continues to meet your needs and be highly accessible, a hallmark of community banking,” said Jamie Shinabarger. “Cell phone numbers of your Springs Valley bankers are available on our website at svbt.bank.”
As a community bank, Springs Valley is here to help with your personal or business needs! If you foresee “financial difficulties” we urge you to contact us today! Springs Valley’s Banking Team has options to help you navigate your potential financial hardship.
Call your Springs Valley banker directly by finding their contact information online at svbt.bank or call 800.843.4947. Bank deposits are FDIC-insured. This means your checking accounts, savings accounts, money market deposit accounts and certificates of deposit are insured up to $250,000 per depositor.
Not one penny has ever been lost in an FDIC-insured account. There is no better place for your money than your bank.