Named after President Ulysses S. Grant’s vice president SchuylerColfax,Colfaxliterally sprung to international prominence in 1875 when artesian mineral water springs were discovered within city limits, attracting visitors from all over the world. Today,Colfax’s Spring City Commercial Historic District is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.Colfaxis also home to the Neil Smith National Wildlife Refuge, the Jasper County Fair and your favorite McDonald’s on I-80, which means Bank Iowa is in good company! Visit ourColfaxbranch to discuss your financial goals with us; we’ll help you spring into action.
On January 1, 1938, the city of Valley Junction adopted the new name of West Des Moines. Due to the decline in the railroad industry (thanks a lot Great Depression), the community leaders were convinced that a new name would help spur progress and give the city a suburban image — and did it ever! Now West Des Moines is practically famous for it’s suburbia charm and all its good clean fun. Be sure to stop into our West Des Moines bank location to meet our team! We’re here to discuss your financial goals and make sure you’re set up for success.
Coming in as one of our smallest Bank Iowa communities is Waucoma. While the city only has a total area of 0.43 square miles, it’s worth every square inch to us. We enjoy our close relationships with our clients and we look forward to every visitor that pops in to say hello, so be sure to stop into our Waucoma bank location to meet our team! We’re here to discuss your financial goals — no matter how big or small — and make sure you’re set up for success.
It’s a small town with big pop culture references, but Villisca is more than its mysterious claim to fame lets on. We love the way this tight-knit community sticks together to tell its history, and we’re glad to be part of it. Stop into our Villisca bank location to meet our team! We’re here to discuss your financial goals and help make sure your financial future isn’t a mystery.
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Shenandoah is a progressive and bustling community filled with entrepreneurs, industrial opportunities, gardens and art. It’s known as the home of the famous Everly Brothers band and was once referred to as the “seed and nursery centers of the world,” because it housed nursery giants like Earl May and Henry Field. Its unique shops and restaurants make it a fun hub for activities in Southwest Iowa. Be sure to stop by and meet our Bank Iowa Shenandoah team to discuss your financial needs and goals, and we’ll make sure you’re set up for growth!
The German heritage in Schleswig brings all the people to the hof… that’s German for “yard.” Anyway, Schleswig was named after the town’s original settlers who came from the Duchany of Schleswig — a territory in Germany and Denmark. Be sure to stop by and meet our Bank Iowa Schleswig team to discuss the goals you have for your finanzen.
The Red Oak community is built on history and heritage. A couple claims to fame include their proud military history (Red Oak natives have fought for their country in every engagement since the Civil War), and they’re also known as the birthplace of the decorative art calendar industry. That’s right, if it wasn’t for the Thomas D. Murphy Calendar Company, which was founded in Red Oak, you might not have that 365 Days of Cats beauty on your desk right now. Pick a date to stop by and meet our Red Oak team to discuss your financial needs and goals, and we’ll make sure your finances are on the right page.
Known for its Dutch heritage and beautiful tulips, Pella brings more than a touch of Holland to the Midwest. If you haven’t visited this magical town yet, we hope you add it to your list soon! Stop into our Pella bank location to meet our team. We’re here to discuss your financial goals and make sure you’re set up for future growth.
Oskaloosa is filled with history! There are 41 sites in the city that are registered on the National Register of Historic places. Makes sense to us, we’ve always thought Oskaloosa was memorable. Stop into our Oskaloosa bank location to meet our team! We’re here to discuss your financial goals to help make sure the future is as promising as the past.
Did you know Newton used to be Newton City? Yep, before “The Facebook” became just “Facebook,” the town of Newton was already setting the standards for cool one-word entities. We would do the same thing, but calling ourselves “Bank” seems a little vague. Maybe we can be cool by association? Be sure to stop by and meet our Bank Iowa Newton team for a quick word to discuss your financial needs and goals, and we’ll make sure you’re set up for success.
New Hampton is known as “the city of expanding horizons”, which is pretty accurate. With a competitive career landscape, culturally rich quality of life and affordable cost of living, New Hampton is a great place to grow. Stop into our New Hampton bank location to meet our team! We’re here to discuss your financial goals and make sure success is on the horizon for you.
The story of how Manilla, Iowa, got its name goes way back to a town 4th of July celebration in the late 1800s. The community decided they would make the decision based on the outcome of a tug-of-war battle with one side rooting for the name Manilla and the other for the name Paupville. The Manilla team won, forever coining themselves as “the town that people pulled for” — we can’t help but think we’re always going to pull for them too. Stop into our Manilla bank location to meet our team! We’re here to discuss your financial goals and pull for your success.
Whether you’re here to celebrate your heritage during the annual Irish Festival or you’re stopping to see one of the finest Veterans Memorials in Northeast Iowa — Lawler will welcome you with open arms. We would know, we’ve been serving the Lawler community since 1937! Stop into our Lawler bank location to meet our team! We’re here to discuss your financial goals and help make sure you reach your pot of gold.
Home of the Johnston Dragons, Johnston has a wealth of parks, 38 miles of trails, award-winning schools, responsive government, safe neighborhoods, family-friendly events and an excellent quality of life. In fact, CNN Money Magazine even named Johnston the 13th best place to live in America in 2011. It all adds up to an A+ community we’re happy to be a part of! Stop by and meet our team to discuss your financial needs and goals and we’ll make schooled for success.
WHERE THE STREETS ARE WIDE AND THE TRAILS ARE PLENTIFUL
Bank Iowa — Humboldt
The city of Humboldt is a great place to live! It is a clean, safe town with wide streets, a dozen parks, three walking trails and many other amenities for citizens to enjoy. Due to its progressive, pro-development attitude, this community is still growing after 150 years, and we’re glad to be along for the ride. Stop by and meet our team to discuss your financial needs and goals, and we’ll make sure you’re on the trail to success.
Gilmore City may be known as Iowa’s largest source of limestone, but this community is all gold to us. Everyone should visit this town we’ve called home since 1931! Stop into our Gilmore City bank location to meet our team! We’re here to discuss your financial goals and help make sure your financial future is rock solid.
As of the 2010 census, there were 743 people residing within the 1.03 square-mile city limits of Fremont, Iowa. That might sound like a small dot on the map, but the people make this community worth a visit! Stop by and meet our team to discuss your financial goals and we’ll help you go the financial mile.
If there’s one thing Fredericksburg loves more than our Plum Creek Bike and Natural Trail, it’s our community members. This town knows the value of helping fellow friends and neighbors — and our Fredericksburg Bank Iowa location has followed suit. Stop by and meet our team to discuss your financial needs and goals, and we’ll make sure you’re on the path to success.
Did you know that the Essex city limits equals 1.5 square miles? It’s a small but mighty community and the Bank Iowa team feels so privileged to be apart of it. Stop into our Essex bank location to meet our team! We’re here to discuss your financial goals — no matter how big or small.
From the community theater to their larger-than-life Denison sign, our community makes our love for the arts known to all who pass through. While we’re not in Hollywood, our team members find living in Denison is a “Wonderful Life.” Stop into our Denison bank location to meet our team! We’re here to give your financial goals rave reviews.
Clarinda was founded in 1851, and incorporated in 1866. Many tall tales are told of the town’s run-ins with the likes of Jesse James, but today Clarinda is known for its beautiful 20-block promenade and its shining community pride. Stop into our Clarinda bank location to meet our team! We’re here to discuss your financial goals and make sure you’re set up for success — and we’re always good for a tall tale or two.
They say Charter Oak got its name when a land surveyor stored his papers in an oak tree to keep them from blowing away. Well, we don’t know if that checks out, but one thing is for sure…we’re proud of our hometown roots. In fact, we’ve been serving this community since 1919! Stop by to meet our Charter Oak bank team and we’ll do our best to help you grow some green.
We know Altoona holds a special place in many hearts as the home of their favorite summer-fun hangout…we just wanted to let you to know that the Altoona Bank Iowa location is pretty great too! Stop by and meet our team to discuss your financial needs and goals, and we’ll make sure you’re riding toward success.
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