For questions on how COVID-19 is affecting our lobby hours, operations, and your banking, please refer to our COVID-19 Q&A.
Regarding the CARES Act
While GCB is eager to return to business as usual like so much of the state of Georgia, the health and well-being of our employees, customers, and the communities we serve remains first and foremost in our minds. To that end, our lobbies will remain closed until at least May 15, at which time we will reassess the safety of reopening certain branches based on the recommendations of local authorities and the severity of spread in that particular area.
We would also like to take this time to thank you for your patience while using our drive-thru lines. We understand that some days are busier than others, resulting in longer lines and wait times. Our tellers work hard to serve every customer as efficiently and safely as they can. If wait times are a concern, we would like to remind everyone that you can conduct your banking business both online and on our GCB app - 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, no lines, no waiting. Find us on your app store or online at GCB.bank.
Thank you so much for your understanding. Stay safe and healthy
Georgia Community Bank
New Name. Better Online Banking.
As part of our ongoing dedication to provide our customers with the absolute best banking experience, in-person and online, Georgia Community Bank has switched online accounts to Fiserv financial services tech. As a result, all customers who previously banked online with Commerical State Bank in Donalsonville and Blakely will need to re-enroll with Fiserv. Simply click the button below to get started. If you have any questions about the enrollment process, please feel free to contact us.
Rooted in the past.
Growing to the future.
Although our multiple branches only began doing business under the name of Georgia Community Bank in 2019, our roots run all the way back to September 8, 1922, when Citizens State Bank opened for business on Winston Street in downtown Reynolds, Georgia. Over the past nine decades, we have expanded our community banking presence to Terrell County, Lee County, Seminole County, Early County, and Crawford County.
Much has changed in banking since 1922, but one thing that remains the same are the community-oriented principles upon which our first bank was founded.
Learn how we can turn your banking experience into a personal relationship, the way it should be.