COVID-19 and Your Banking

Lobbies Closed | Extensions | Withdrawals 
SBA Paycheck Protection |
Economic Impact Checks | SBA EIDL for Ag Other Relief Programs 

| Scams

Effective March 19, 2020, as a precaution to decrease the spread of COVID-19:

Denison State Bank is open for business during regular posted hours and can work with you to meet financial needs during this pandemic. However, to protect both our customers and our employees, we have temporarily closed our bank lobbies to the public. Most employees are still working inside.  You can access DSB in these ways:

•             Our branch drive-up lanes remain open.

•             Feel free to call or email us (below) for any banking.

•             We can let you inside the buildings only if an appointment has been made; we will not open the doors to anyone without an appointment.

•             Safe deposit boxes can be accessed by appointment.

•             Our branch ATMs are available for cash withdrawals, and DSB Visa debit cards continue to be accepted worldwide.

•             If registered, you can use DSBconnect digital banking.

Further communications, as needed, will be posted at, at, sent by email to account holders, and posted on front doors of all DSB facilities.

Call us:  785-364-3131      Email us:


As part of public relief to COVID-19, the IRS confirms:

- July 15 is the extended deadline for filing and paying 2019 federal income taxes.

- July 15 is the extended deadline for making IRA and HSA contributions for the 2019 tax year.

- Waiver of the required minimum distributions (RMDs) the government requires most people to take from tax-deferred 401(k)s and IRA's starting at either age 70½ or age 72.


Banks do not recommend excessive cash withdrawals from bank accounts. All types of banking transaction methods, such as checks, funds transfers, and card payments, continue to work.

Penalty-free withdrawals can be made from IRA's during the pandemic. Read more >

SBA Paycheck Protection Program:

DSB is accepting applications to the SBA PPP. Approvals are granted by SBA. Read more, apply > 

Economic Impact Payments:

The federal government has issued Economic Impact Payments (EIPs) to tens of millions of Americans. Many were sent as direct deposits into bank accounts, and others were sent as mailed checks starting on April 20.  Banks do not control the timing of these payments.  Read DSB's bullet points >

SBA's EIDL Loans Only for Agriculture: 

Link to SBA EIDL site, application >

Other Relief Programs:

These programs are offered to the public as available. Denison State Bank is not directly affiliated with these.  View >


Avoid these common COVID-19 scams going around. View >