TD Bank is closing its downtown Glens Falls
branch office, but officials said the company will
keep a presence downtown by keeping its drive-thru
banking on Maple Street open.
A TD Bank spokesperson said the at 237 Glen
St. office staff will go to with TD’s Queensbury
office at 54 Quaker Road.
The remote drive-thru in Glens Falls will
continue to be a convenience for customers. The
bank will work with customers, where necessary,
for a smooth transition. The Queensbury office
is only two miles away from the Glens Falls
Transaction volume numbers and customer
use of the office were factors in the decision to
close the office. A closing date is not yet determined.
The building was a First National Bank of
Glens Falls office years ago, one of two in downtown
Glens Falls. First National changed its
name to Evergreen Bank. In 1999 it was sold to
a company that is now part of TD Bank.
The spokesperson said the bank is assessing
options for the Glen Street building.
TD Bank is one of the 10 largest banks in the
U.S., according to the company, providing more
than 8 million customers with a range of retail,
small business and commercial banking products
and services at approximately 1,300 locations
throughout the Northeast, Mid-Atlantic, Metro
D.C., the Carolinas and Florida. In addition, TD
Bank and its subsidiaries offer customized private
banking and wealth management services
through TD Wealth, and vehicle financing and
dealer commercial services through TD Auto
Finance. TD Bank is headquartered in Cherry
To learn more, visit www.tdbank.com.