After PNC Bank closed five Central Pennsylvania branches last week, several more are expected to follow in November.
Four branches in Lancaster County and one branch in Perry County closed at 3 p.m. Friday, said Fred Solomon, a spokesman for the bank.
Three additional midstate PNC branches will close before Thanksgiving at the following locations:
- 4250 Oregon Pike, West Earl Township, Lancaster County
- 216 Hartman Bridge Road, Strasburg Township, Lancaster County
- 3405 Rosstown Road, Warrington Township, York County
The offices will close at 3 p.m. Nov. 18.
All three will be consolidated to other nearby branches, with business at the West Earl Township location going to 280 N. Reading Road, Ephrata Township; the Strasburg Township bank’s business going to 1 E. Main St., Strasburg; and the Warrington Township store going to 403 N. Baltimore St., Dillsburg.
PNC informs customers of the closing branches 90 days before the closure via a letter and signage on the bank’s doors, Solomon said.
The bank regularly evaluates its branches’ performances, Solomon said. The eight local closures are some of 87 closings planned across the country between October and December.
PNC had 38 branches in York and Lancaster counties as of this June, according to the FDIC.