Bank of the Sierra Announces New Branch in Sanger, CA

Bank of the Sierra is pleased to announce the future opening of a new branch in Sanger, California. The vacant building, located at 1500 Seventh Street, was previously occupied by Citibank. The Sanger branch is scheduled to open in early 2016, following a variety of interior and exterior renovations.

“Bank of the Sierra’s expansion will bring the benefits of community banking to the Sanger market,” stated Kevin McPhaill, Bank of the Sierra President and CEO. “The bank will offer a full suite of financial products and services, as well as the lost art of personalized customer service. In an effort to maintain a convenient network of branches throughout Central California, we continually evaluate branch growth opportunities and feel Sanger is a perfect fit within our footprint,” McPhaill added.

Sanger is a city in Fresno County, California, 13 miles east-southeast of the City of Fresno. The 2010 census estimated Sanger’s population at 24,270.

Bank of the Sierra ( is in its 38th year of operations, and at $1.7 billion in assets is the largest independent bank headquartered in the South San Joaquin Valley. The Company has over 400 employees and conducts business through 28 branch offices, an online branch, a real estate industries center, and an agricultural credit center.