NOTICE | COVID-19: A message to our customers concerning lobby closure
At First Minnetonka City Bank, the health and well-being of our customers, staff and community is our top priority. With the unfolding concerns surrounding the COVID-19 virus, we are temporarily closing lobby access to our bank locations beginning Wednesday, March 18, 2020 until further notice.
We will continue to offer many options to help you with your banking needs. To protect yourself and our staff we ask that you please wear a mask if you are coming in for a scheduled appointment.
Our drive-up services will remain open during regular hours and offer most banking services. If you need to see a banker or gain access to your safe deposit box, please call our bank location and schedule an appointment at Glen Lake: 952-935-8663 and Country Village: 952-935-5995.
During this time, we want to remind you that you can always access your accounts with online, mobile or telephone banking. From there you can make payments, view transactions, check balances, deposit checks and more. If you haven’t enrolled in online access, it only takes a few minutes. Enroll now or download our mobile app for iPhones and Android devices.
Our ATMs are accessible 24/7 and allow you to get cash, view balances, make transfers, and deposit checks or cash.
Telebank is available 24/7 at 952-932-9690 or you may call our customer service during banking hours at 952-935-8661.
As always, the health and safety of our customers, staff and community is of paramount concern. We continue to monitor this evolving situation and are here to assist our customers as needed.
Learn More | Contact Our Personal Banking Specialists
Glen Lake: (952) 935-8663
14550 Excelsior Blvd.
Minnetonka, MN 55345
Hours & Directions
Country Village: (952) 935-5995
11500 Highway 7
Minnetonka, MN 55305
Hours & Directions
To report unauthorized activity or a lost or stolen Visa Debit Card, call (952) 935-5995 or (952) 935-8663 during our business hours. After hours, call (800) 472-3272.
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