Chase Bank Is Closing These 23 Branches in 2024

If you live in one of these nine states, your local Chase bank branch might be closing.

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Updated May 28, 2024
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If you have a bank account with Chase, your favorite branch may close in 2024.

Throughout the year, Chase plans to close at least 23 branches across various states, with some closures possibly already in effect. At the same time, Chase plans to open 400 branches in 25 new states.

The closures impact communities in nine states, although the specific bank branches that will close have not yet been identified.

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Chase bank branch closures are expected in the following California cities during 2024:

  • Garden Grove
  • German Oaks
  • San Diego
  • San Francisco
  • Valencia
  • Wilmington


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Chase bank branch closures are expected in the following Colorado cities during 2024:

  • Arvada
  • Denver
  • Falcon


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Chase bank branch closures are expected in the following Connecticut cities during 2024:

  • Greenwich (two locations)
  • Old Greenwich

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Chase bank branch closures are expected in the following Illinois cities during 2024:

  • Chicago
  • Woodstock


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A Chase bank branch closure is expected in this Indiana city during 2024:

  • Valparaiso


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A Chase bank branch closure is expected in this Michigan city during 2024:

  • Roseville

New York

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Chase bank branch closures are expected in the following New York cities during 2024:

  • Cornwall
  • Corona
  • Rochester


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Chase bank branch closures are expected in the following Ohio cities during 2024:

  • Pataskala
  • Rocky River


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Chase bank branch closures are expected in the following Washington cities during 2024:

  • Seattle
  • University Place

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Bottom line

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These closures might hit hard if you are trying to build wealth via a savings account and happen to live where a bank branch is closing.

Fortunately, you can still use Chase’s website for your banking needs. In addition, many of these communities are likely to have other Chase branches that will remain open.

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