Representatives: Robert Horn and Stephanie Melowski
Putnam County Savings Bank was founded in 1871 and built a reputation as a bank that genuinely cared about its customers and the towns where they lived. We were also known as a vital partner for local retailers and businesses.
In 2013, PCSB expanded into Rockland County with a branch in New City. Then on April 10, 2015, PCSB acquired CMS Bank – adding five branches in Westchester County – and expanding its footprint into the southern region of the Hudson Valley. On August 16, 2015 Putnam County Savings Bank changed its name to PCSB Bank paying homage to its beginnings as a local community bank while initiating the start of a new chapter in its history. We also introduced a new logo, which features a tree as a symbol of growth, family and our roots in the communities we proudly serve.
Today, we take tremendous pride in our commitment to Putnam, Dutchess, Westchester and Rockland Counties. PCSB Bank will always remain steadfastly true to its original charter as a bank for local businesses and hard-working families. Expanding our footprint allows us to provide our True Local, True Banking style of personalized service to even more Hudson Valley families and businesses. This is the cornerstone of our business philosophy and will be evident in everything we do.