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Village Bank is a community bank that is family-owned and operated. We have chosen three keywords that we believe we can really stand behind as a company, and as our Values.

Village. It’s the village in Village Bank. It’s community, it’s our neighborhood, it’s our people, it’s your kids stomping ground – however you want to say it, it’s where we live. We believe in individuals and bringing people and families together in your village.


Value. We value our customer’s trust in us. We value that you have trusted that we are strong, that our village is strong and that times can change, but trust remains. We provide value through our services, teamwork and great customer experiences.


Vision. At different ages and stages in life you have different visions, whether it’s a new business, building a new home, building your family, we feel that we can help you accomplish your vision through building banking relationships and learning about your dreams.


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Community Involvement

achieve_feature2All four Village Bank locations were a part of the effort to help gain community donations to support “Personability” at Achieve Services, Inc. The unique blend of personality and ability that every Achieve Services worker brings to the job. Photo from left to right: Tom Weaver, Randy Diers, Carol Donahoe, Darlene Jones, Don Kveton.

community_warmthVillage Bank communities kept warm, by warm hearts of customers.
All four Village Bank locations were drop off sites for the first annual Gift of Warmth, where over 100 warm jackets, scarves, gloves, and hats were donated. Village Bank donated the warm winter clothing to local churches and food shelves.

k9_featureAnoka County K-9 Visits Village Bank
St. Francis, MN (November 20, 2013) – Village Bank had the great opportunity to host a K-9 training activity for the Anoka County K-9 unit. Five K-9 officers and their ‘partners’ participated in a short training activity at the Village Bank East Bethel Office.