The bank offers walk-up ATM service, online banking and online bill pay, e Deposit and courier service to customers throughout the East Bay, San Jose and Santa Cruz. The bank may be reached at www.vcb-ca.com.
Valley Community Bank announces that its Livermore, Calif. office has relocated to 2300 First Street, Suite 100, Livermore. The office is in the heart of the city’s newly-refurbished downtown, in the same block as the Bankhead Theater and Livermore Cinemas. “The City of Livermore has put tremendous effort into encouraging business growth in this area and we are delighted to be in this bustling and visible location, near a variety of restaurants, clubs and coffee shops,” say Senior Vice President Randy Ruddach. “As there are no other banks located in this part of town, we anticipate becoming a resource for the community as well as for our business customers. We have a fully-lit and accessible ATM, so that pedestrians can walk up and obtain cash for their evening’s entertainment. We also have plenty of parking available in the newly-paved area behind the bank.” “Though some of our offices serve customers primarily by telephone and online, the Livermore office has always enjoyed significant foot traffic and face-to-face interaction with customers,” adds President and CEO Rick Loupe. “We feel certain that they will appreciate the convenience of our new centrally-located place of business and we look forward to greeting them there.” Valley Community Bank personnel at the Livermore location are available at their previous phone numbers. The main Livermore office number is 925-243-9600. About Valley Community Bank Valley Community Bank, locally owned and operated, celebrated its tenth anniversary in 2008. The bank opened on August 10, 1998 in the historic Johnston Building at 465 Main Street in Pleasanton and remains committed to its original objective of providing banking services to professionals and local businesses in the Tri-Valley and San Jose areas. Valley Community Bank is a publicly traded corporation (stock symbol VCBC), which reached $100 million in assets five years after opening and ended 2008 with assets over $209 million. The Bank’s directors, all with strong local interests and contacts, are committed to community banking with expert local staffing and personalized service.