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Columbus Day

Citizens Alliance Bank will be closed on Monday, October 12, 2015 in observance of Columbus Day.  All branches will resume normal business hours on Tuesday, October 13, 2015. 

2015 Customer Appreciation Days

Citizens Alliance Bank invites you to attend our 2015 Customer Appreciation Days.  Listed below is each branch's information including date, location, and time.

All branch locations will have coffee, cider, and cookies provided throughout the day!

Clara City
Clara City Event Center
11:00AM – 1:00PM
Maynard Event Center
11:00AM – 1:00PM
Granite Falls
11:00AM – 1:00PM
Lake Lillian
Lake Lillian Community Center
11:30AM – 1:00PM
Echo Community Center
11:00AM – 1:00PM
Howard Lake
Howard Lake Bank Lobby
11:00AM – 2:00PM
Watertown Bank Lobby
11:00AM – 2:00PM
Murdock City Hall
11:00AM – 1:00PM
Seeley Lake, MT
Seeley Lake, MT Bank Lobby
10:30AM – 2:30PM

The Board of Directors of Citizens Alliance Bank has appointed Kerry Ness as its Chief Accounting Officer and Chief Risk Manager.  For 13 years Mr. Ness was Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of the The Business Bank where he led all finance, accounting, and treasury activities of the bank.  In 2013, The Business Bank was acquired by Bell State Bank & Trust (formerly known as State Bank of Fargo) at which time Mr. Ness served as its Senior Vice President of Accounting.

Mr. Ness holds a Bachelors Degree from Mankato State University with a major in accounting.  He has been a Certified Public Accountant (currently inactive) and has been an active member of banking and investment securities industry groups, TwinWest Chamber of Commerce, Interfaith Outreach & Community Partners Endowment Fund and Cherish All Children.  Citizens Alliance Bank is proud to welcome Mr. Ness to the organization where he will join its Senior Leadership Team and leverage his many years of knowledge and experience in banking and accounting.

Citizens Alliance Bank has total assets of $634,000,000 and is among the larger independent community banks chartered in Minnesota offering a full array of consumer and business banking services.  Citizens Alliance Bank has provided innovative, high quality financial solutions to its customers and communities since 1902.

For more information, contact John Gill, President/COO, Citizens Alliance Bank at (320)847-1589.

Helpful Travel Tips from Citizens Alliance Bank 

- Make two photocopies of all your travel documents (Passport, Itinerary, Airline Tickets, Driver’s License, Credit Cards, Hotel Info, etc.) in case of emergency or if your documents are lost or stolen. Leave one copy with a friend or relative at home. It is always a great idea to let at least one person know exactly where you will be staying and how to contact you case of an emergency.

 - Before you leave, notify your bank, credit card company or other financial institutions that you are traveling. Let us know the states or countries you will be visiting, dates of travel and how to contact you while you’re away.

- Check the daily cash withdrawal limit or credit limit on your debit/credit cards.

- Sign up for Online Banking so you are informed of account activity.

- Do not flash large amounts of money.

Please contact your local branch with questions.


Citizens Alliance Bank Announces 'Mobile Banking'!

Our Citizens Alliance Bank Mobile App makes it easy for your to bank on the go 24/7.  You can monitor your account, transfer funds, make loan payments, locate branches, find ATMs, and more.  Mobile Banking works on iPhones, iPads, Android phones, and Android tablets.  For more information, please view the Online Banking page or Contact Us 

Search for Citizens Alliance Bank at the following stores:

Simple Ways to Rev Up Your Savings

- Save for specific goals.
- Commit to saving money regularly.
- Put your savings on auto-pilot.
- Make use of tax-advantaged retirement accounts and matching funds.
- Decide where to keep the money intended for certain purposes.
- Think about ways to cut your expenses and add more to savings.

To read more about these simple steps visit:

Go Green in 2015!

Start the year off right and sign up for E-Statements!

1. Read the Disclosure and complete the Enrollment Form.

2. Return the Enrollment Form to the Bank.

3. Check your E-Mail Inbox for further instructions.

Once you are enrolled you will receive E-Statements beginning with your next statement cycle.

How are E-Statements Beneficial?

  • Secure: E-Statements can be retrieved in online banking or received in your e-mail inbox which requires a password to be retrieved.
  • Convenient: You can view, print or download your e-statement to your computer hard disk any time you want, organizing them in one central location.
  • Easy: Just complete the E-Statement Enrollment form found on our Forms page or Click here to view our online forms and return it to the bank.
  • Fast: You'll receive your E-Statement one or two days earlier than you typically receive your paper statement.

 For more information, please contact us.


Member FDIC

Clara City
Phone: (320)847-3702
Phone: (320)367-2183
Granite Falls
Phone: (320)564-4522
Lake Lillian
Phone: (320)664-4111
Seeley Lake
Phone: (406)677-2464

Eqal Housing Lender

Phone: (507)925-4133
Howard Lake
Phone: (320)543-2151
Phone: (952)955-2992
Phone: (320)875-2431

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