S&T Bank has closed its downtown York branch, the bank’s only office in York County.
The bank started informing customers in May that it would be closing its 2 S. George St. location, which officially closed on Sept. 28, said Becky Stapleton, senior executive vice president and chief banking officer for the Indiana, Pennsylvania-based bank.
The branch initially opened in 2004 as an office of Camp Hill-based Integrity Bank, which was purchased by S&T in 2015.
Five employees were impacted by the transition and one has moved to another location, said Stapleton.
“Within the uprising trend of online and mobile banking, S&T prioritizes reallocating resources to meet evolving customers’ needs in a digitally relevant way in an effort to best serve the market,” she said. “With any transition such as this, there will be employee impact. We were pleased to transition an employee to another in-market location. S&T is committed to serving this market at the highest level possible within our existing footprint.”
All consumer and business banking services have been redirected to two other locations: 440 Bridge St. in New Cumberland and 310 Centerville Road in East Hempfield Township, Lancaster County. Both branches provide loans and deposit services, as well as other consumer and business account services.
S&T Bank has 58 branch locations, including seven spread across Cumberland, Dauphin and Lancaster counties.