North County Savings Bank is the December Spotlight on a Business sponsored by the Red Bud Chamber of Commerce. North County Savings Bank was first chartered in 1887 as Evansville Building & Loan Association. The Building & Loan was located in the former Pautler Hotel in Evansville.
In 1973 the savings institution was approved for a location in Red Bud and it became the home office with a branch in Evansville. The Red Bud office was located at 101 Main Street, the Ziebold Building, which is presently owned by TMW. At the same time the savings institution changed its name to North County Savings Association. Assets for North County Savings was at five million dollars in 1973. The Savings Association primarily serviced savings accounts, CD’s and home loans.
In 1986 the bank built a new facility in Red Bud and re-located to 100 Park Plaza where Twyla’s is now located. In 1991 the name changed to North County Savings Bank and in 2000 the bank opened its third location in Ruma. A new bank building was built in 2010 and is at the present address of 411 West Market Street.
Today the bank offers products for all your banking needs such as checking accounts, reward checking accounts, free senior and student checking accounts, savings accounts, CD’s, home loans, car loans, personal loans, home equity loans, on-line banking and many other services. Assets as of Nov. 30, 2015 was at $47,700,000.
The bank strives and prides itself in customer service. “We are mutually and locally owned. We have no plans for any mergers or changes. We would just like to continue to be your hometown bank and provide excellent service to our valued customers,” said CEO Steve Kueker.
North County Savings Bank is open from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Thursday; 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Friday and 8 a.m. to noon on Saturday. Call 282-3939 or visit www.ncsbank.com.