Norway Savings Bank
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Norway Savings Bank, High Street, South Paris: Your South Paris Financial Compass
Nestled right on South Paris' lively High Street (7 High Street), Norway Savings Bank isn't just a bank - it's your trusted guide for navigating your unique local adventure. We celebrate ""YOU,"" crafting personalized solutions beyond cookie-cutter options to help you achieve your dreams, big or small.
Our friendly team will guide you, listen to you, and support you whether you want to explore the picturesque Oxford Hills, support local South Paris businesses, manage your finances, or do both.
Experience the Norway Savings Difference by visiting our convenient branch.
Checking and Savings Accounts - Find the right account for your South Paris lifestyle. Choose from flexible options to meet your everyday banking needs, save for your next Main Street Market haul, or reach long-term goals.
Loans: From mortgages and auto loans to home equity loans and lines of credit, we have the lending solutions to fuel your South Paris ambitions.
Investment Services: Grow your wealth with expert guidance and a variety of investment options tailored to your risk tolerance and aspirations.
Business Banking: We are your trusted partner in South Paris for your business success. We offer checking, loans, cash-management, and much more to help you thrive.
More than just a bank, we're your South Paris neighbor, your financial champion, your friend. Come and chat with us. Share your South Paris dreams. Let's make them real, one step at time.
South Paris is a census-designated place (CDP) located within the town of Paris in Oxford County, Maine, United States. South Paris is included in the Lewiston-Auburn, Maine metropolitan New England city and town area.The population was 2,237 at the 2000 census. While the CDP refers only to the densely settled area in the southern part of the town of Paris, the entire town, outside of Paris Hill, is located within the South Paris ZIP code, resulting in many residents referring to the entire town as South Paris. == History == During the 19th-century, the Little Androscoggin River provided water power to operate mills in South Paris, and the village grew up around them. The opening of the Atlantic and St.