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Chico-Redding Area

Including Redding, Chico, Oroville, Red Bluff, Paradise, Corning, Willows, Anderson, Orland, Gridley, and 12 other towns.

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Banking in the Chico-Redding Area

Living in the Redding/Chico area, you have many choices. Our trail system lets you choose a stroll or a workout. Your choice of festivals fills each weekend. From the Sundial Bridge and Turtle Bay to Whiskeytown and more, you have choices for fun, shopping and business.

You also have a plethora of choices in where to bank in the Redding area – national banks, credit unions, and community banks. The oldest financial institution is Members 1st Credit Union, opened in 1936. You’ll find large banks like Chase, Bank of America, Wells Fargo and more, along with smaller banks, like Cornerstone Community Bank.

Large or small, our area’s banks are constantly rated among the best for customer service and professionalism. Perhaps because there are so many choices, our area banks are pushed to provide the best banking experience for each customer.

The Redding area offers approximately 60 branches from more than 20 banks and 7 credit unions, all conveniently located and easily accessible. The banking institutions of note headquartered in Redding include Tri Counties Bank, Redding Bank of Commerce, Northern California National Bank, Golden Valley Bank, and more.

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Wells Fargo Everyday Checking $100 Offer
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$300 And $150 Checking Bonuses At Bank Of The West
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Court Evaluating Lawyers' Fee Request in Wells Fargo Overdraft Fees Suit
Wells Fargo was found liable at trial of a class action case for its method of determining debit card overdraft  fees in California and ordered to reimburse $203 million to customers. The judgement was affirmed on