VisionBank of Iowa

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Bank History  

Our story begins in 1884 along the cobblestone streets of Ogden, Iowa. It was here where a private bank, which would later be known as VisionBank, opened its first branch, offering a safe space for locals to store their gold and silver. Over the next century, the bank grew to hold over $800 million in local deposits and become a part of the fabric of the Central Iowa community.

Our Timeline

1884 - City Bank of Ogden was founded

1907 - City Bank of Ogden became a state institution incorporated as City State Bank

1931 - Farmers State Bank merged with City State Bank

1935 - Farmers Security Bank merged with City State Bank

1994 - OgdenBankShares was founded and purchased City State Bank

1995 - Community Bank of Boone, Ames Community Bank, and VisionBank of Iowa were founded by OgdenBankShares

1999 - Boone South Marshall and Boone Story Street branches opened

2001 - Ames Main Street branch opened

2002 - Ames S. Duff branch opened

2003 - Huxley branch opened

2005 - Ames Mortenson branch opened

2006 - Grimes branch opened

2016 - Huxley branch relocated to 100 Centennial Drive

2021 - Waukee branch opened

2022 - PurposeBank opened as a division of VisionBank

2022 - Legacy Bank merged with VisionBank. Four new branches were established in Altoona, Bondurant, Clive, and Mitchellville 

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