Welcome to First Bank of Baldwin
Thank you for your interest in the First Bank of Baldwin. We are a locally owned community bank located in scenic western Wisconsin, and are dedicated to improving our services to support the growing needs of our customers.
In September 1883, in this thriving community of farmers and lumbermen, James A. Decker and Armstrong Taylor established and incorporated the Bank of Baldwin. A national charter request was granted in October 1911, and with that came a new name-The First National Bank of Baldwin.
Since the nineteenth century, the banking office has been in three locations, all within three blocks of the original site. In February 1997 the first branch office, located in Nilssen's Super Valu in Baldwin, Wisconsin, was opened. A charter change in mid 2003 resulted in a new, simplified name: First Bank of Baldwin.
Today, Decker and Taylor would witness a bank advanced in technology, with funding capabilities for industry, housing, and municipal infrastructure. Even with these "big bank" features, the First Bank of Baldwin still maintains its small-town pride.
In August of 2007, First Bank of Baldwin expanded its service area to include two additional branches in Spring Valley and Plum City.
You have to buy groceries, right? Why not do your banking and shopping at the same time? Our branch in Nilssen's Super Valu offers later banking hours than our downtown location, an ATM machine, and a majority of the same services as the main bank, including opening new accounts, savings bonds, traveler's checks, and CDs.
Many of our employees are active in supporting our community through volunteering in local civic groups. After all, we live here and have a vested interest in the success of the area. You will see us participating in leadership roles for service organizations, churches, the Chamber of Commerce, Lions Club, Farm-City Days, and local youth athletic programs. We're out there!