Fulton Bank is the latest financial institution to announce a consolidation plan.
The Lancaster-based company confirmed on Tuesday that it will close four of its 51 branches in central Pennsylvania on Jan. 8. The four branches are located in Lancaster, Lebanon and York counties.
Those branches are located at:
- 20 McGovern Ave., Lancaster
- 433 S. Kinzer Ave., in Earl Township near New Holland, Lancaster County
- 1333 E. Lehman St., Lebanon
- 3183 Susquehanna Trail, Manchester Township near York
In each case, Fulton Bank says that there is another financial center within about one to three miles. In addition to the four closings in central Pennsylvania, Fulton Bank plans to close 17 other branches as well, according to the Central Penn Business Journal.
After the consolidations, the bank will have 202 locations in five states.
“While it’s never easy to close one of our financial centers, it’s sometimes necessary after we evaluate