To celebrate the holiday, we will be closing at 3:00pm on 12/24 and will reopen on 12/26 at our normally scheduled hours. Thank you.
So many options. Zero compromises. Learn more about our checking account options and discover what it means to bank without compromise.
From supplies to dinner meetings, business can happen anywhere and everywhere. Be prepared with Savings Bank of Danbury’s All-Business Visa®
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Preparing for tomorrow's higher education expenses requires a smart investment strategy today.
Whether it's online, by phone or in person, we have the speed and flexibility to make the mortgage process easier for everyone.
Savings Bank of Danbury is a full-service Connecticut community bank rooted in history and positioned for the future.
Established in 1849 and headquartered at 220 Main Street, Danbury, Savings Bank of Danbury is a mutual savings bank with assets in excess of $900 million. Savings Bank of Danbury has 15 branch offices in Bethel, Brookfield, Danbury, New Fairfield, New Milford, Newtown, Southbury, Stamford and Waterbury, as well as lending offices in Farmington, Simsbury, Wallingford, and West Hartford. Stamford Mortgage Company, a wholly owned subsidiary, has a local office on Summer Street in Stamford.
We are about people serving people.
We are committed to employing the best, motivated people who build relationships with our customers through highly personalized attention and customer service that is second to none.
We provide a full array of deposit, savings and lending products for individuals and businesses, and we’re a Small Business Administration (SBA) approved lender. We provide convenient, quick service through technology that allows you to access your accounts and manage your money on the go, anytime.
At Savings Bank of Danbury, we strive to be your primary full-service financial institution providing all the tools and services necessary to bank in the 21st century.