Why Are The Doors Locked?

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At Landmark Community Bank, the safety and security of our customers and employees is a top priority. As an added level of security, the entry doors to all our branches are locked to help keep our employees safe and provide a safe environment to our customers while they are in our branches.

Although a locked door to a business seems unwelcoming, the intent is quite the opposite. “We understand that being ‘buzzed in’ can be viewed as an inconvenience”, Tom Amico, Landmark Community Bank President and CEO stated, “but we strongly feel that the added level of security our buzzer system provides greatly outweighs the minor inconvenience of using the system.”

Buzzer systems are not new and are used around the country in many different industries and government facilities. In Northeast Pennsylvania, Landmark Community Bank is the first area bank to adopt a bank wide buzzer system. It is predicted that these types of safety measures at banks and other businesses will become more prevalent in the future.


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Dear Loyal Landmark Customers,

In an effort to protect our customers and employees by participating in the recommended social distancing, effective Tuesday, March 17, 2020 all banking transactions will be handled through our drive-through facilities or by appointment. Our hours of operations remain the same for the convenience of our customers.

Customers are also strongly encouraged to take advantage of our self-service banking options, including Online Banking, Mobile Banking and Telephone Banking (1-866-255-4188). These 24/7 services allow you to view account information, transfer funds, pay bills, deposit checks (mobile), as well as, find the nearest ATM.

We will continue to refer to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the World Health Organization, and other public health agencies to determine the safest course of action as the situation evolves.


Thomas V. Amico, President/CEO