At Central Bank of Kansas City, we’re proud of our seven decades of investing in Kansas City.

It all started in 1950, when Central Bank of Kansas City was chartered as a state banking corporation. Our first branch opened at 3030 Truman Road back in March of 1951. It was easy for our customers to find us: you couldn’t miss the rotating Central Bank sign featuring a clock on one side, and the slogan Time to Save on the other! In the 1960s, Central Bank became a city’s family-owned bank, further putting down roots in the Kansas City community.

In 1975, we moved to a larger home on Independence Avenue, which still serves our Northeast Kansas City clients today. We have two locations that serve our growing community: the Main branch at 2301 Independence Boulevard, and our East location at 3740 Truman Road.

Since 1998, Central Bank of Kansas City has been proud to be a Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI). The CDFI fund is a U.S. Treasury initiative to increase economic opportunity and promote community development investments for underserved populations and in distressed communities in the United States. As a CDFI, we believe in investing fully into our community.

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