Covid-19 Information timeline

September 21, 2020

The Collbran Branch has returned to normal operating hours including Saturdays. Midway continues to be closed on Saturdays.


August 31, 2020

Grand Valley Bank lobbies are open at all 9 branches with regular business hours. Collbran and Midway continue to be closed on Saturdays.


June 22, 2020

In March 2020, Grand Valley bank implemented temporary changes in the channels we use to serve our customers as a means to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. We feel these measures have been successful and we are now ready to take a step to re-establish some sense of normal business practices.

Effective June 22, 2020, we will be reopening our bank for lobby access in the following branches:

  • 925 N. 7th St., Grand Junction, CO
  • 570 25 Rd., Grand Junction, CO
  • 452 S. Maple, Fruita, CO
  • 600 W. 8th St., Palisade, CO
  • 121 W. Main St., Vernal, UT

Our other branch locations will remain available to assist you in your banking needs with lobby access by appointment only. Those branch locations are:

  • 106 Main, Collbran, CO
  • 2 S. Main, Heber City, UT
  • 92 W. Main St., Midway, UT
  • 1225 Deer Valley Dr., Park City, UT

As always, we encourage you to practice good social distancing when in the banks. Also, please feel free to use the following avenues to conduct your business:

  • Drive-Thru Service: You will be able to conduct all of your normal banking transactions through our drive through lanes.
  • ATMs: Our ATM machines are available to obtain cash, account balances, or transfers.
  • Online banking services: Please use our robust online banking options 24/7 from your own home through Netteller on grandvalleybank.com, the GVB mobile app and mobile deposit.

We will always be here to support our community and we THANK YOU for your business and confidence in Grand Valley Bank!


April 2, 2020

The IRS issues a warning to consumers about possible Coronavirus-related Scams; for more information see:

https://www.irs.gov/newsroom/irs-issues-warning-about-coronavirus-related-scams-watch-out-for-schemes-tied-to-economic-impact-payments

March 27, 2020

Dear Grand Valley Bank Customer:

Prominent in the news today is the potential spread of the coronavirus disease 2019 or commonly known as COVID-19. Grand Valley Bank wants you to know we are taking appropriate steps to ensure that our facilities remain as clean as possible to avoid the transmission of any potential illnesses. We are doing this to ensure that our customers feel comfortable and our employees remain healthy and able to serve you to the best of their abilities.

If the virus does spread to our communities, we want you to know that we will do everything we can to help you transact your business. You may determine that you feel more comfortable staying at home than venturing into the general public. We can help you with our online banking products. If you have a computer or device (tablet, cell phone) etc., utilizing online banking with our Netteller system or using our mobile remote deposit can save you trips and time.

If you are already enrolled in Netteller, you simply need to login to check your balances, create transfers from one account to another, or set up bill payments and more. We are happy to help you understand how to enroll if you haven’t already done so. Please contact your local branch for assistance.

If you have any questions about online banking and/or the related bill payment function or any of our products, please contact us, we are happy to help!

Thank you again for banking with Grand Valley Bank – where we are People banking with People.