Chippewa Valley Bank
A community bank since 1917, Chippewa Valley Bank continually strives to remain closely tied to the communities we serve. Our goal is to understand your unique needs and find a solution that will enhance your financial well-being. We also understand that as our lives have evolved into a lifestyle of too many tasks and not enough time, you need a bank that makes it easy for you to do business with.
That's why we are completely focused on continuing to find ways to make your banking experience efficient, yet rewarding, and help you save some of that precious time. After many hours of research and evaluating solutions, we are proud to have put together a very proficient and secure set of delivery services. We offer you FREE time saving services such as Phone Banking, Online Banking, Mobile Banking, Bill Pay, Mobile Deposit, eStatements, and Debit Cards.
We understand that there are many options for your financial needs. We pride ourselves in local decision making, and specializing in personal service that you, as our customers, so rightfully deserve. We understand, most importantly, the value of a good relationship. We make it a point to get to know you and allow you to get to know us as well. For all of your banking needs, we promise to always treat you as a friend of ours, not just an account number.
Community involvement remains one of our top priorities. Through donations, education, and community events, Chippewa Valley Bank continues to make a positive impact within the community. We believe in giving back to those who give so much to us. This is what has enabled us to be what we are today; a "COMMUNITY BANK", thriving since 1917, looking forward and reaching higher to a wonderful future.
We are confident that our full line-up of banking products and services will make it easier for you to do business with us. We always welcome your thoughts and ideas. To our current customers, we are grateful for your loyal patronage. To all others, if you have not seen what Chippewa Valley Bank has to offer, take a look. You will be glad you did!
Chippewa Valley Bank's roots go back to 1917, when it was first chartered by the State of Wisconsin in the small pioneer community of Winter. There was not much growth in the bank for many of the early years, with only basic banking products and services being offered. However, the bank was a pillar of strength for the small village and contributed to the development of the area. The bank survived the Great Depression and actually came out of that era strong enough to buy out the assets of the failed Radisson Bank in 1936.
Since that time, the bank has grown significantly from assets of $5 million dollars to assets nearing $600 million. Our expansion continued in 1990, with Bruce. Additional offices were opened in 1994 and 1999 in Hayward and Weyerhaeuser, respectively. In 2003, Chippewa Valley Bank expanded northward to Lake Nebagamon, and in 2004, the bank expanded eastward to Lac du Flambeau. Three new offices were added in the northern Wisconsin communities of Bayfield and Iron River in 2007 and in Washburn in 2010. The bank continued growing by adding Ashland and Superior in 2012, and in March 2014, Chippewa Valley Bank opened its 13th location in the Hurley/Ironwood area. The most recent expansion of this rapidly growing community bank resulted from the April 2016 purchase of the State Bank of Drummond and its three locations of Drummond, Cable and Barnes. Now, with 16 locations throughout northwestern Wisconsin, accessibility to Chippewa Valley Bank's products and services is easier for all our patrons. As has been our long standing tradition, the entire directorate, management and staff of Chippewa Valley Bank are committed to continuing as active and integral parts of all the communities our bank serves.