SANTA FE – First National Santa Fe is officially reopening its Alameda branch in Santa Fe today. The upgraded drive-through branch will provide personal service from tellers at a merchant window during regular business hours as well as convenient self-serve banking options available around the clock from two Smart ATMs and a cash-dispensing ATM.
“We’re very pleased to be reopening our Alameda branch in Santa Fe with features that address our customers’ differing preferences, from tellers who can provide personal assistance to ATMs that facilitate quick and convenient transactions,” said Jennifer Lind, executive vice president of retail banking at First National. “This branch upgrade is a reflection of First National’s continued commitment to providing outstanding service and convenience to our customers in a way that fits their lifestyles.”
The Alameda branch at 100 Sandoval (at Alameda Street), features four drive-through lanes and a user-friendly design. Teller transactions are offered 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, from the merchant window. Two lanes offer access to Smart ATMs with deposit taking and cash dispensing ability. Unlike regular ATMs, which require deposits to be inserted in an envelope for processing the next day, these advanced machines provide cash and check imaging for immediate processing. For customers in need of fast cash, one lane provides access to an ATM dedicated to cash dispensing.
About First National of Santa Fe
Chartered in 1870 as the first bank in the Southwest, First National Bank of Santa Fe has a rich heritage of community commitment and financial strength and stability. With $1.68 billion in assets (as of Sept. 30, 2015), First National is the largest locally chartered banking organization in the state of New Mexico, operating as First National Rio Grande and First National Santa Fe. In Colorado, the bank operates as First National Denver. To learn more, visit www.firstnationalsantafe.com.