A Message From Our CEO: We're here to help.
With the increasing concern regarding COVID-19, First County Bank wants to assure our valued customers that we are monitoring the developing situation and have resources in place to provide you with continued service. As your trusted community Bank, we are taking actions to keep our branches safe and clean for you, our employees, and the community at large.
Please find a special message to our customers from Chairman and CEO Robert Granata.
Temporary Changes to our Branch Locations
To minimize health risks from COVID-19 and to ensure customers continue to have access to critical banking services, the drive-up windows and night deposits will remain open at all of our locations. Access to our ATMs are available at all of our branches. The following branch lobbies are available for walk-in business:
- Stamford - 2950 Summer Street
- Stamford - 275 Hope Street
- Stamford - 1980 West Main Street
- Norwalk - 469 Westport Avenue
- Norwalk - 700 Connecticut Avenue
- New Canaan - 95 Park Street
- Greenwich - 59 Mason Street
- Fairfield - 1312 Post Road
When you visit the branch
In keeping with guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the State of Connecticut, we have instituted policies to protect our customers and employees including:
- Masks Required
- Social Distancing
- Limited In-Branch Traffic
- Protective Sneeze Guards
During this time of uncertainty and market volatility, it is our priority to ensure our customers and our communities at large know that we are here to support them.
Financial assistance for our consumers and businesses is available. Click here for more information.
For additional information regarding submitted PPP Loan applications, please contact our CustomerFirst Contact Center at 203-462-4400 (weekdays 8:30am-4:30pm) or any of our branches.
CARES Act Economic Impact Payments (stimulus payments)
As part of the Coronavirus Aid Relief and Economic Security Act (CARES Act), the U.S. Federal Government has begun providing Economic Impact Payments (stimulus payments) to eligible persons. If you are eligible to receive a payment you may receive funds from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS):
- By automatic deposit directly to the same bank account you use for tax filing purposes; or
- If you did not give the IRS direct deposit account information you will receive a U.S. Treasury check.
See the IRS Economic Impact Payment Information Center website for detailed information about eligibility, requesting, calculating and receiving payments.
Go to the IRS Get my Payment website to check the status of your payment, payment type (direct deposit or paper check) and to set up direct deposit account information.
Banking From Home: Online and Mobile Banking Resources
We strongly encourage you to use First County Bank's online and mobile banking resources for self-service banking and 24/7 account access. You can access your accounts online at your convenience.
Online & Mobile Banking: If you are not already registered, enroll in online banking and download the First County Bank mobile app.
- Check balances and transfer money between accounts
- Deposit checks using Mobile Check Deposit
- Use bill pay to pay your bills
- Open an account
- Find an ATM or Drive-up Window
For our Business customers, Cash Management Services is available to assist with all your business banking needs. To connect with a Cash Management Services representative, please call 203-462-4379 or email email@example.com.
Prioritizing Your Safety: Actions to protect our employees, customers, and communities.
In an effort to increase safety measures, First County Bank has implemented guidelines to protect the wellness of our employees and customers. To learn more, visit a list of the actions we are taking here.
Frequently Asked Questions
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