Greenville Office Opens as Community Meeting Space

By Plumas Bank July 1, 2022 Community banking

When the Dixie Fire devastated Greenville and its surrounding communities, Plumas Bank pledged to help the local area recover, rebuild and revitalize. One year later, this commitment remains. 

Plumas Bank opened our Greenville, California branch office in 1985. It became the third branch in our branch network. During the 2021 Dixie Fire, the Greenville branch was significantly damaged. This June, nearly one year after the Dixie Fire, we’re pleased to share that we’ve completed the restoration of our Greenville property and reopened the building as local meeting space for community organizations. The Indian Valley Chamber of Commerce and Greenville Rotary are the first organizations to schedule weekly meetings in the space. 

On Saturday, July 9, the Indian Valley Chamber will host a Chamber Mixer for local businesses at our Greenville office from 4:30-6:30 p.m. The event will celebrate local businesses who have worked very hard to remain in the community and for new businesses that have opened as the community rebuilds. Contact Jeff Titcomb at the Indian Valley Chamber to learn more. 

With our building open as a local meeting space, our team will begin to schedule client meetings to assist with online banking, and answer questions about accounts, products and services. While we are not able to sustain a full-service branch in Greenville at this time, Plumas Bank is not going anywhere; we will continuously reevaluate the banking services we can support in Greenville and keep the community updated.
We purchased a new ATM machine which is ready and waiting to be installed once high speed, fiber service can be restored in the area. Until then, we offer ATMs in nearby Westwood, Chester or Quincy. We can also assist clients via remote banking services or at our physical branch locations in Chester or Quincy. See a list of all our locations

Contact 888.375.8627 to request an appointment at our Greenville office or complete this contact form

Lastly, we are pleased to share that the Dixie Fire Fund, which was established in partnership with the Community Foundation of Northern Nevada, has now reached $250,000 in donations. Over the last several months, CFNN distributed several grants to organizations such as Plumas Rural Services, Maidu Summit Consortium, Westwood Family Resource Center, Lake Almanor Chamber of Commerce and Plumas Strong Wildlife Recovery. Most recently, the fund awarded $25,000 to the Lost Sierra Food Project. Learn more about the ongoing support of the Dixie Fire Fund.

Plumas Bank is committed to helping the Northeastern California communities affected by the Dixie Fire and we’re Here. For Good.