Notice from Piqua State Bank regarding Lobby Closure and COVID-19
Posted: July 21, 2020
Due to Executive Order 20-52, Piqua State Bank will implement a precautionary and proactive approach to help protect our Customers and Employees from the rising concern and spread of Covid-19 Virus. We will also require all customers that enter the bank to wear a face covering. We feel this will protect employees' and customers' health and reduce transmission of the virus. And with COVID-19 cases on the rise in many states, and with businesses, workers and consumers hoping to avoid a new round of lockdowns, we feel this is prudent at this time. All employees will be required to wear a face covering as well when anyone enters the lobby.
Customers are encouraged to utilize our bank website at www.piquastatebank.com where you can check balances, transfer money, and pay bills through our bill payment service. We also have 3 ATM locations where you can make cash withdrawals. The 3 ATM locations are the Bank of Gas, Pete’s of Yates Center and the Pete’s at 205 S. State in Iola (formerly Ray’s Mini Mart). We will continue to run the bank as normal just with limited access to our bank facilities.
Effective Friday, July 3 the Piqua State Bank locations will:
- Close all lobbies to the public. Customers can make appointments for necessary lobby activities such as Safe Deposit Box by calling the bank housing said Box. Loan customers can also set up appointments with their respective loan officers. Phone numbers for the locations are listed below:
- Piqua State Bank-Piqua 620-468-2555, 620-365-6692
- Bank of Gas- 620-365-3195
- Piqua State Bank of Yates Center- 620-625-2191
- Drive up windows will remain open with normal business hours.
We apologize for the inconvenience this may cause, but feel it is prudent for the safety of our local communities and to hopefully help stop the spread of the Covid-19 virus. These precautionary measures will be adjusted accordingly based on the information provided by medical experts and the state and federal governments.
Piqua State Bank