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COVID-19 Updates

As we follow the health department’s recommendations on social distancing, wearing masks and other preventive measures, we hope to do our part to help contain the spread of COVID-19 and its newer variants.

  • Masks are still encouraged for customers at this time, and still recommended by health officials.
  • For new account openings or loans, safe deposit access, and other banking activity taking more than 10 minutes, an appointment is recommended to deliver the best and safest service, eliminating the need to wait and to aid in social distancing. Visit our locations page for directions and phone numbers.
  • We are taking great care to keep our employees and our customers safe by:
    • Wearing masks, avoiding handshakes and maintaining a six-foot distance where feasible. 
    • Using plexiglass barriers at our teller lines and at closing appointments as an added safety measure.
    • Cleaning frequently touched surfaces such as door handles, ATMs keypads, drive-thru tubes, etc. 
    • Repeatedly encouraging our employees to practice hand washing, social distancing and staying home if they feel sick. 

We're Here for You

The banking industry and Port Washington State Bank realizes that many are still experiencing challenges that were brought on by the pandemic. If you need help, please don’t hesitate to call your personal banker and discuss potential solutions for your situation. 


  • We still encourage you to use our online tools, including Internet Banking, Mobile Banking and Mobile Check Deposit, Bill Pay and Telebanking. With our mobile banking app, you can deposit checks, transfer funds, pay bills, get balances and more. With Internet Banking, many of these same features apply for both business and personal bank accounts. Visit this link to get started. 
  • Be aware of cybercrimes related to COVID-19, stimulus payments and the CARES act. The bank and the IRS will never call you for a password, account number or personal information. Don't click on a link that does not contain our .bank domain. Read up on debit card phishing scams as well as other common coronavirus scams in our blog, and visit this link for other helpful information from the Federal Trade Commission.

Here For the Community

We will work as always to meet the needs of Ozaukee County residents and help the many wonderful charitable service organizations serve those in need. We encourage our customers to consider purchasing gift cards to local businesses and to remember their local food pantries and elderly neighbors as the pandemic continues to make a harsh impact. Ozaukee County is stronger thanks to the good deeds of all who live here. Thank you for doing your part.


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