The Delaware National Bank of Delhi is truly a community minded bank, with customer service standards second to none. We gather our deposits locally and reinvest them back into the community. Our employees are very active in community affairs, realizing that the success of the community has a direct correlation to success of the bank.
The Delaware National Bank of Delhi is the oldest bank in Delaware County, and the oldest corporation in the community of Delhi. In 1839 we opened our doors for business on the second floor of a storefront on Delhi's Main Street. In 1841, the corner lot next to the Courthouse Square was purchased from Amasa Parker for $500. Charles Hathaway is credited with erecting the white pillared structure, which still functions as our bank today. The building was damaged by fire on January 1, 1934. While repairs were made, the Bank operated out of the St. John's Parish House. While the exterior of the building remained unchanged, the interior was remodeled three times, first in 1950, second in 1973, and lastly in 1997.
The Bank acquired the 99 Main Street property in 1974. A two lane drive-in, walk-in branch was constructed. It met with such success that in 1997 it was replaced with a new three lane drive-in and operation center located conveniently across from the Main Bank. Its popularity continues.
In the Fall of 1998, the Bank opened its first branch on State Route 28 in Margaretville, New York. The unique structure features three drive-up lanes and a 24-hour ATM.
In the Fall of 2007, the Bank opened its Davenport branch at the intersection of Prosser Hollow Road and State Route 23 at Pindars Corners, Davenport, NY. The full-service branch features three drive-up lanes, a night depository, and a 24-hour ATM.
In the Fall of 2010, the Bank opened its Hobart branch on Main Street in Hobart, NY. The full-service branch features two drive-up lanes, a night depository, and a 24-hour ATM.