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Spring Valley City Bank

Spring Valley City Bank

(815) 663-2211

Spring Valley City Bank

111 years in business
315 N Cornelia St
Spring Valley, IL 61362-2298
Fax Numbers
  • (815) 664-2800
  • (815) 664-1011
Additional Phone Numbers
  • (815) 664-1008
Additional Email Addresses
  • polivero@svcb.com
  • mmerboth@svcb.com
BBB File Opened: 02/04/2011
Business Started: 11/01/1905
Business Started Locally: 11/01/1905
Type of Entity
Corporation
Business Management
  • Mr. Matthew Merboth, President
  • Pat Noy, AVP
  • Philip Olivero, Compliance Officer
Business Category
  • Banks
  • Banking Services
  • Loans
  • Savings & Loan Associations
  • NAICS: Savings Institutions

Service Area

This banks serves Bureau County, including Princeton, Arlington, Buda, Bureau Junction, Cherry, Dalzell, DePue, Dover, Hollowayville, La Moille, Ladd, Malden, Manlius, Mineral, Neponset, New Bedford, Ohio, Seatonville, Sheffield, Tiskilwa, Walnut, Wyanet, Arispie, Berlin, Bureau, Clarion, Concord, Dover, Fairfield, Gold, Greenville, Hall, Indiantown, Leepertown, Macon, Burnett, Churchill, Coal Hollow, Limerick, Lone Tree Corners, and Webster Park.

 

Alternate Business Names
  • Spring Valley Bancorp Inc.
Licensing, Bonding or Registration
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Number of Employees: 
33

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Overview

Spring Valley City Bank is a bank which provides banking and lending services to both individual and commercial customers. Services available from this bank include money market accounts, checking accounts, savings accounts, Christmas Club accounts, Certificates of Deposit, credit cards, and loans.

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Spring Valley City Bank

THIS BUSINESS IS NOT BBB ACCREDITED

Spring Valley City Bank

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