Important COVID-19 Information

Fulton Savings Bank Branches Open Normal Business Hours

Fulton Savings Bank branches are open for normal business hours. Although our lobbies are open for business, we encourage customers to continue to use our Drive Thru Facilities whenever possible. This will help promote social distancing and limit the spread of the COVID-19 virus.

REMEMBER… can complete your banking needs through many digital options, including:

In compliance with local and state government protocol, we are following the COVID-19 guidelines for a safe reopening. Customers are required to practice social distancing, wear a facemask and sanitize your hands while visiting our lobbies.

Please stay diligent, healthy & safe!

Thank you for your continued cooperation and support!


Relief for customers suffering financial hardship due to COVID-19 Pandemic (Effective April 1, 2020 until further notice)

Fulton Savings Bank (FSB) has implemented various financial and debt relief measures to help alleviate financial hardships suffered by our customers and communities as a result of the COVID-19 Pandemic. These measures include:

  • Stimulus Payment - temporary relief of negative account balance
  • Refunding ATM fees at FSB owned & operated ATMs
  • Increased ATM daily withdrawal limits
  • Refunding overdraft fees
  • Waiving penalties for early withdrawals from Certificates of Deposit (up to $20,000)

Financial Assistance Under the CARES Act: 

Paycheck Protection Program (PPP): PPP is the main loan program under the CARES Act. A total of $350 billion was set aside for this program. Some portion of these loans will be forgivable. All loan terms will be the same for every borrower, nationwide. The SBA has established a page with details about the program. Program Details

Fulton Savings Bank was happy to provide a resource for the PPP program Pursuit (formerly NYBDC – New York Business Development Corporation).  Pursuit is an experienced certified SBA lender in New York State with decades of experience in managing SBA loan and guarantee programs.

The Paycheck Protection Program closed on August 8, 2020. As such, SBA is no longer accepting PPP applications.


Disaster Loan Assistance Program: Administered by the US Small Business Administration Program Details

Please check our website regularly as the information on this page is subject to change.