Over 90 years old, and going strong...
The history of ISB Community Bank
April 11, 1917... The first meeting was held to organize a new bank with $10,000 of capital, by a group of businessmen in the Ixonia area. The bank would be called Ixonia State Bank.
The first building was built in 1918, on a lot purchased for $300, not far from where the Ixonia branch is now located. In 1954, the bank bought land for $3,000, and built a new building in 1955 - which officially opened for business on January 1, 1956. On January 1, 2003, we officially changed our name to "ISB Community Bank," to more accurately reflect our growing market coverage, and community focus. We also changed our logo so that it symbolized the beauty of our bank's birthplace - the flowing river and rolling hills of Ixonia, WI. Due to strong and continuous growth in our communities, ISB Community Bank moved into its new Ixonia home in the early fall of 2007, just a few blocks from its previous location. It is anticipated this new building will be "home" for the next 50 years.
Over the 90+ years ISB Community Bank has been in business, we've grown to better service our communities. We now have a total of six area branches: our Corporate Office in Ixonia, one in Dousman, one in Oconomowoc, two in Watertown, and our newest in the Hartland/Delafield area.
We are proud to remain a locally owned and operated bank, and look forward to helping you with your financial needs for many years to come.
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