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Union Bank of Mena would like to reassure our customers that we are actively monitoring the COVID-19 situation. In an effort to keep our customers and employees safe our lobbies will be closed beginning Friday, March 20, but our drive-thru windows remain open, along with our online and mobile banking options. We are available by phone and email for lending needs and customers may still access their lockbox by appointment.
As a strong, stable and secure community bank, we are committed to the friends, customers and communities we serve during these difficult times. As we implement precautions as recommended by the Centers For Disease Control, we continue to keep all branches and ATMs sanitized and operational:

  • Our drive through windows and ATM machines across all of our branches are open and continue to offer our banking services.
  • Our branches include Union Bank of Mena, Union Bank of Wickes, and Union Bank of Hatfield.

Additionally we offer many self- service options for customers to continue their banking safely and efficiently 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, through our online banking, mobile banking and ATMs:

  • Union Bank of Mena online banking is available at www.unionbankofmena.com
  • The Union Bank of Mena - Mobile app allows customers to view transactions, deposit checks, check balances, transfer funds, bill pay and more. If you are not currently enrolled in online and mobile banking please call 479-394-2211 and we will be happy to assist.
  • Our Telephone Banking line,1-877-394-2424, is available 24 hours a day.

Financial Guidance:

Union Bank of Mena and all of our branches will continue our efforts to support our communities through this difficult time. Please call us or visit with an officer at one of our branches should you need assistance.

Additional information:

  • Scammers may be taking advantage of the current situation so please use extreme caution when providing information remotely. Union Bank of Mena or its branches will not ask for account numbers, social security numbers, pins or passwords when contacting you via phone, text message or email.
  • Scams can come in all forms including emails or social media. Please stay informed on all COVID-19 scams.
  • To keep your money safe it is advised that you keep your money in our FDIC Insured bank.

Our thoughts and prayers go out to all those affected by COVID-19.