Hop aboard for a tour of our new website!
It looks a little different than our old site, but you'll find the some of the same helpful information, plus some new details and features. For example, now when you hop onto our website, you can do so on any kind of device. The site is "responsive," meaning it will resize itself so it's still legible on whatever device you use, whether it's your desktop, laptop, tablet, or phone. Navigating the site is a little different, so we've included some tips below:
As you go through the following images, look for the dark blue pen lines and arrows. These mark the area of the website being discussed.
Our old website had a "home" tab at the top of the page. That is gone, so to get back to the home page now, click on our logo, wherever you see it...
...even here at the bottom of the page!
Watch for our Alert Bar at the top of our home page for important information such as unexpected closures due to inclement weather, phone outages, etc. It's there to get your attention, so we will use it sparingly. Tired of seeing it? Click the "X" at the top right to make the bar disappear temporarily.
Looking for something in particular? Click on the magnifying glass to open our website search engine.
Type in a word or phrase to find what you need.
As you explore our new content, you'll see words in bold, italicized, and underlined. This means you can click on those words or buttons to go to another page or to another website that you might find useful. These "clickable" phrases or buttons will look like this:
Navigate the same way you did on our old website, by hovering over the tabs at the top of the page to reveal the pages under each tab.
Ready to log into home banking? Click on the login button at the top right of any page...
...and the login area magically appears! Use the same Username you used on the old website to get to your account information.
Scroll down to find quick links to useful information you may need in a hurry.
Use the arrow that appears as you scroll to get back to the top of the page.
That's the guided tour. Now go explore!