Norway Savings Bank
We Help You Be You
Dream Bold in South Portland with Norway Savings Bank by your side
Norway Savings Bank, located on South Portland’s vibrant Waterman Drive at 207 Waterman Drive, is more than just a bank. It's a place to start living your best South Portland lifestyle. We celebrate "YOU,"" crafting customized solutions beyond cookie cutter options to help you reach your unique dreams, no matter how big or small.
Whether you're exploring the bustling Old Port, launching a local South Portland business, or simply navigating your everyday finances with ease, our friendly team listens, supports, and guides you.
Step inside our conveniently located branch and experience the Norway Savings difference:
Checking & Savings Accounts: Find the perfect fit for your South Portland lifestyle, with flexible options for everyday banking, saving for your next waterfront stroll, or reaching 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 Portland 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 Portland for your business success. We offer checking, loans, cash-management, and much more to help you thrive.
We're more than just a South Portland bank. We're also your neighbor, your financial champion and your friend. Come and chat with us. Share your South Portland dreams. Let's make them real, one step at time.
South Portland is a city in Cumberland County, Maine, United States, and is the fourth-most populous city in the state, incorporated in 1898. At the 2020 census, the city population was 26,498. Known for its working waterfront, South Portland is situated on Portland Harbor and overlooks the skyline of Portland and the islands of Casco Bay. Due to South Portland's close proximity to air, marine, rail, and highway transportation options, the city has become a center for retail and industry in the region. Despite the name, South Portland was never part of the city of Portland, but rather part of Cape Elizabeth.