We have missed you! Starting June 15th, we are opening our lobby, welcoming you back inside and going back to 5:30 p.m. for our processing cutoff time.
BUT...if you are coughing, sneezing, have a fever or body aches, or are showing any signs of being sick, DO NOT come into the Bank!  We have drive-up, night deposit, ATM, online and mobile banking, or you may call the Bank to transfer money or speak to an employee.
To make your visit convenient and safe you will notice enhanced health and safety measures at the Bank, including:
  • Use of protective partitions at the teller line.
  • Following social distancing rules for customers and staff.  You will notice signs throughout the lobby.  Please adhere to the rules.  We want to keep our customers and employees safe and healthy.
  • Measures for signing documents at desks.
  • Our team members can greet customers without physical contact and hand sanitizer is available for use upon entry to the Bank.
  • Seating in the lobby will be limited with all chairs at least 6 feet apart.
  • Frequently wiping down the teller stations, PIN pads at the ATM, desks, etc.
  • Performing daily and routine cleanings of high-touch areas of the Bank.
  • Public spaces are limited to areas designed for customer service activities.
  • Our restrooms are closed to the public.
You are welcome to wear a face covering, but we may ask you to remove it momentarily so we can positively identify you during your visit/transaction.
You may also continue to use drive-up, night deposit services, ATM, online or mobile banking for your banking needs.


Please click here(opens in a new window) to get information on the Small Business Administration's Paycheck Protection Program Loan.


The IRS has reported that nearly 4 million people are being sent their Economic Impact Payment (EIP) by prepaid debit card, instead of a paper check.  If you have not yet received your EIP, please click here for more information.


Many Americans will soon receive the Economic Impact Payment, made available as part of the CARES Act. The first payments made by direct deposit are expected to arrive April 15, 2020. These payments will be directly deposited into the bank account you used to receive your tax refund. If you have filed taxes for 2018 or 2019 and received an ACH direct deposit you do not need to take any action. 

If you’ve filed taxes, but the IRS does not have your bank account information, the “Get My Payment” application is available. This will allow you to set up direct deposit or check your payment status. Visit the IRS website for more info here:

If you don’t usually file taxes, the IRS established a web form for you to update your bank information to ensure you receive the funds by ACH direct deposit. Here is the form:

Before completing the form, remember these tips: 
  • You will need to provide bank account and other confidential information.
  • The Farmers State Bank’s routing number is 101107802. 
  • For your security, we WILL NOT disclose account numbers over the phone without verifying your information. 
  • When setting up an ACH direct deposit, you must correctly enter the account type. Please verify the account type is a Checking account (including Money Market) or Savings account before completing the form. 
For more information about the CARES Act and Economic Impact Payments, visit
FSB will cash EIP checks. Identification may be requested. Fees will apply for non-customers.