Our History

 

Park State Bank & Trust

On Thursday, April 15, 1965, Park State Bank announced its open house at, what was then, the new bank building in Woodland Park. After over four decades of serving the Ute Pass Region, Park State Bank & Trust has experienced tremendous growth and is now housed in its new and expanded bank building in Woodland Park.

The design of the current building incorporates 25,000 square feet of customer service improvements, operations efficiencies and technology including a covered multi-station drive-through facility with two-way video for easy and convenient face-to-face teller communications.

Personal banking is more than just talk at Park State Bank & Trust it’s an experience. From deposit and checking accounts, to CDs, Individual Retirement Accounts, loan services, safe deposit boxes, wire transfers, and more, Park State Bank & Trust delivers a unique level of personal banking.

We also offer an extensive on-line banking service at our website: www.psbtrust.com.

From the convenience of your own personal computer, with online banking you can access your account information as often as you like, pay your bills, transfer funds, download transaction history into Money or Quicken. This saves you time by avoiding the chore of re-entering each of your transactions. You can also generate custom reports and conduct service transactions.

Customers can also bank through our telephone banking system at 719-687-6056.

As a locally-owned community bank, we also believe that servicing the community means more than just offering banking solutions.

In addition to sponsoring many area school athletic programs and supporting local area 4-H clubs, Park State Bank & Trust initiated the “New Horizons” scholarship program. Through this program, Ute Pass Region fourth through sixth graders compete in an annual essay contest where thirty $300 Educational IRA scholarships are awarded each year.

One event, that has become an annual tradition and day of celebration for our customers and the entire community, is our “Customer Appreciation Day”.

This fun event offers free food, thirst quenching beverages, free gifts and lively entertainment for everyone. It’s our way of showing our sincere thanks and appreciation for the continued support this community has provided over these many years.

Although Park State Bank & Trust is smaller than the national and regional banks that have moved into the area, our strength is in our local ownership. Our entire board of directors is comprised of local residents, and all the bank’s decisions are made on a local level. The personalized banking relationship our customers enjoy is a byproduct of that hands-on banking philosophy.

Park State Bank & Trust is an equal housing lender, member FDIC.

Our lobby is open from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday and from 8:30 a.m. to noon on Saturday, with drive-through hours from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m., Monday through Friday, and 8 a.m. to noon on Saturday.

Come visit us today!