Bank of America Is Closing These 15 California Branches in 2024

Find out if your favorite Bank of America branch in the Golden State is shutting down for good.

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Updated June 6, 2024
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The second-biggest bank in America isn’t exempt from the wave of bank closures sweeping across the nation.

Instead, like most other major banks, Bank of America is in the middle of closing dozens of branches, including dozens in California alone. That means if you like banking at a physical branch, you might soon have to find another location to grow your savings.

Is your closest Bank of America branch shutting down this year? Find out in this list of branches set to close.

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29687 The Old Road, Castaic

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Castaic is losing its one and only brick-and-mortar Bank of America branch on Sept. 24.

Residents will still have access to the Bank of America ATM located inside the Circle K on The Old Road. However, you will have to go online to boost your bank account or visit a branch in another city for other transactions.

1401 S. Harbor Blvd., Fullerton

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The Harbor Boulevard location is set to close on Aug. 13. It will be the second Fullerton branch to close its doors this year, as the East Chapman Avenue location shut down at the start of March.

Luckily, Fullerton residents can still visit the Fullerton Main branch, which is also on Harbor Boulevard. Overall, there are four other walk-up ATMs in the city.

1253 A St., Hayward

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After Hayward’s A Street Bank of America branch closes on Aug. 20, consider moving your banking to the location at 24700 Hesperian Blvd., which is slated to remain open.

Hayward will also retain its two Bank of America ATMs. One is at California State University, and the other is at the Lucky supermarket on Santa Clara Street.

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2049 Century Park E., Los Angeles

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Los Angeles lost its first Bank of America branch earlier on in the year when the South Eastern Avenue location closed permanently on Jan. 30.

The Century Park East locale will also shutter on Aug. 27, but Los Angeles residents will still have access to dozens of other ATMs and local branches.

619 E. St., Marysville

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Like Castaic, Marysville is losing its only Bank of America branch. The closure is slated for Aug. 13.

Fortunately, Yuba County has plenty of other Bank of America locations, including a main branch in Yuba City. After the closure, Marysville residents should only have to drive a few extra minutes to reach a physical Bank of America branch.

200 Kentucky St., Petaluma

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One of Petaluma’s two Bank of America branches is closing on Aug. 13.

After the Kentucky Street building shuts down, Petaluma residents can still visit the Bank of America financial center at 181 N. McDowell Blvd. in East Petaluma.

337 Main St., Pleasanton

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After Pleasanton’s Main Street Bank of America branch closes on Aug. 20, residents can still visit the Hacienda Bus Park location at 6005 Stoneridge Drive.

936 G St., Reedley

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Reedley’s sole Bank of America branch is set to close on Aug. 20.

However, if you live in Reedley, you should have easy access to multiple Bank of America locations — including many physical branches and ATMs in Fresno alone.

18120 Sherman Way, Reseda

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Reseda’s two Bank of America ATMs will remain open for the foreseeable future, but its Sherman Way branch will close permanently on Aug. 6.

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101 West Ridgecrest Blvd., Ridgecrest

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Ridgecrest will lose its only Bank of America branch on Aug. 27. After that date, the Bank of America ATM at the Safemart in nearby Tehachapi will be the closest ATM.

Residents might have to travel as far as Barstow to access in-person Bank of America branch services.

8949 Clairemont Mesa Blvd., San Diego

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San Diego is losing at least three Bank of America branches over the coming year, including the Clairemont Mesa Boulevard branch.

Kearny Mesa residents can continue to visit this branch until Aug. 27, when doors will officially close.

455 Island Ave., San Diego

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If you live in the Gaslamp Quarter or make a habit of stopping by this branch when you are downtown, you will need to make alternate plans before September: The Island Avenue branch is also shuttering Aug. 27.

7404 Jackson Drive, San Diego

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Jackson-Hyde Park will lose its main Bank of America location, but not until Dec. 10. That should give residents plenty of time to prepare for the change.

3565 California St., San Francisco

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On July 30, the California Street Bank of America branch will join the many branches that have already closed in the Bay Area this year.

Don’t expect the San Francisco-area closures to slow down anytime soon: By the end of 2024, the region will have seen more than two dozen Bank of America branches close.

1200 Fairmont Drive, San Leandro

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San Leandro’s Fairmont branch is expected to close on Aug. 20. However, residents won’t have to leave city limits to reach a physical Bank of America location.

The San Leandro Industrial Center bank on Marina Boulevard will remain open, as will the San Leandro Main branch on 14th Street. So, you will still have options if you don’t want to open a new bank account with another provider.

Bottom line

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If the California Bank of America branch you typically visit is closing this year, you still have options. 

From branches in surrounding cities to online or app-based access, Bank of America should remain available without too much hassle on your end. However, perhaps this is an opportunity to open a new bank account.

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