Norway Savings Bank
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Chart Your Standish Story With Norway Savings Bank On Ossipee Trail
Norway Savings Bank, located on Standish’s scenic Ossipee trail (88 Ossipee Path East), is more than just a bank. It's a compass to help you navigate your Standish adventure. We see "YOU,"" creating personalized plans that go beyond cookie-cutter choices to help you achieve unique dreams, no matter how big or small.
Whether you're exploring Sebago Lake's serene waters, building a local Standish business, or simply managing your everyday finances with ease, our friendly Standish team listens, supports, and guides you.
Step inside our conveniently located branch and experience the Norway Savings difference:
Checking and Savings Accounts - Find the right account for your lifestyle with flexible options to meet your everyday banking needs, save for your next Sebago paddling trip, or achieve 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 Standish ambitions.
Investment Services: Increase your wealth by utilizing expert guidance and a range of investment options that are tailored to your risk tolerance.
Business Banking: We are your trusted partner in Standish for your business success. We offer checking, loans and cash management to help you thrive.
We're more than a bank. We're your Standish friend, your financial champion. Come chat with us, share your Standish dreams, and let's make them a reality, one step at a time.
Standish is a town in Cumberland County, Maine, United States. The population was 10,244 at the 2020 census. It includes the villages of Standish Corner, Sebago Lake Village and Steep Falls, and the localities known as Richville, Elmwood, Standish Neck and Two Trails. Standish is part of the Portland-South Portland-Biddeford, Maine metropolitan statistical area. == History == This was once hunting and fishing territory of the Abenaki tribe, whose main village was at Pequawket (now Fryeburg) up the Pequawket Trail (now Route 113).