First Citizens Community Bank

About First Citizens Community Bank

The ultimate goal of everything we do at First Citizens Community Bank is to support the growth of the communities we serve, and that is what we have been doing for 150 years! Communities stay healthy through our successful lending efforts to small businesses, municipalities and farmers. In the last several years, we’ve aggressively expanded into new markets throughout Pennsylvania and Delaware, and we have strengthened our Agricultural Banking Division; we know how important farming is to our markets and to our nation.

A true Community Bank—First Citizens has a reputation of contributing skills, knowledge, time and money to improve the economic and social vitality of our neighborhoods. In the last five years, we’ve donated over $1 Million to promote development in our local communities.

Consistent Accolades—We consistently rank as one of the top performing community banks in the Nation (American Banker Magazine). In 2018, First Citizens was voted the best bank in Pennsylvania by our customers through Forbes Magazine. Furthermore, in 2018, First Citizens was one of only two Pennsylvania banks to make it on the list of top 100 Ag Lenders in the country!

Remarkable Employees—Our employees are the pillar of our success. We have a knack for hiring the finest and brightest, and understand how fostering growth builds loyalty and impacts customer service. We accommodate families, invest in our employees’ future, and recognize hard work. Our employees are our strongest asset and the key reason we stand out when compared to other financial service providers in our markets.

First Citizens Community Bank is headquartered in Mansfield, Pennsylvania. We currently operate 31 offices throughout Tioga, Bradford, Potter, Clinton, Centre, Union, Lebanon, Lancaster, Schuylkill, Berks, and Chester counties in Pennsylvania, Allegany County, New York, and New Castle and Kent Counties in Delaware.


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May 2021 - August 2021 Mansfield, PA
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