Welcome to Grandview Bank
Welcome to Grandview Bank and thank you for visiting our website. Founded in Grandview in 1890, Grandview Bank is the fourth oldest state-chartered bank in Texas. Since our founding, we have grown slowly but surely. We now have full service branches located in Grandview, Cleburne, Weatherford and Burleson. We also offer drive through service in Alvarado and a loan production office in Fort Worth. Grandview Bank is the only bank based in Johnson County with local ownership. It is that local ownership and centralized decision making that allows us to deliver a higher level of personal service to our customers.
While personal service remains our number one priority, we understand that technology is reshaping the way individuals and businesses interact with their bank. With this in mind, we are proud to offer online access via your computer or telephone. Using one of these services allows you to view accounts, initiate transfers between accounts, pay bills and much more. If your preference is to deal directly with a member of our staff, rest assured that there will always be someone available to assist you.
If you are already our customer, THANK YOU. If you are not already our customer, we would welcome the opportunity to earn your business. Please give us a call at 817-641-3100 or drop by any of our branches to let us know how we can serve you.
To Our Grandview Bank Family
We have served Johnson County for 130 years and our commitment to you is as strong today as it was when we opened on July 3,1890.
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