State Bank Updates

Last Updated: May 19, 2020

If COVID-19 has caused job loss, income reduction, sickness, or other issues that impact your ability to make your payment, please contact us. We are here to help. Skipping a payment without discussing your situation and obtaining approval could affect your credit history.

Contact Options

SBSU Contacts Phone Numbers
Call Center (435) 865-2300 or 1 (800) 662-1788
Business or Consumer Loans Contact your loan officer or Call Center
Mortgage Loans (435) 586-4140

Location Information

Location Drive Up Lobby Phone Number
Cedar City Main Open M-F 9 - 5 435-865-2300
Cedar South Interchange Open M-F 9 - 7 435-586-4100
Circleville Open M-F 9 - 5 435-577-2827
Delta Open M-F 9 - 5 435-864-3200
Escalante Open M-F 9 - 2 435-826-5000
Fillmore Open M-F 9 - 5 435-743-3311
Gunnison Valley Open M-F 9 - 5 435-528-7221
Hurricane Open M-F 9 - 5 435-635-6300
Kanab Open M-F 9 - 5 435-644-5828
Orderville Open M-F 9 - 5 435-648-2216
Parowan Open M-TH 9 - 5
FRI 9 - 6
435-477-3354
Richfield Open M-F 9 - 5 435-896-9287
Santa Clara Open M-F 9 - 5 435-673-7360
St. George Blvd Open M-F 9 - 5 435-674-4164
River Road Open M-F 9 - 5 435-652-7000
Tropic Open M-F 9 - 5 435-679-8900

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With the Corona virus occupying our full attention, we may forget that criminals use these situations to spread computer malware. Recently, a fake E-mail was in circulation that appeared to come from a local school. Parents opened the E-mail hoping to learn about class disruptions. A few became suspicious when they were instructed to use their Google credentials to open an attached document.

Their suspicion was warranted. The Email was a fake, sent by hackers to harvest usernames and passwords. Those who complied became victims. Crooks returned, entered stolen credentials, and sent more phishing E-mail to the victim’s contacts.

Reminder: Never enter usernames or passwords to open unexpected documents. If you think you have given your credentials to criminals, please do the following:

Conterfeit Check Scams: Do not give your online credentials (username and password) to online contacts or people claiming to be lenders. They will log into your account and deposit counterfeit checks. They will ask you to immediately send a portion somewhere by transfer service or prepaid cards. Checks take 4-7 days to clear although the bank may make funds immediately available. You will lose whatever you send.


Despite the counterfeit check schemes going around, we continue to encourage all SBSU customers to enroll in our online banking platform. The benefits far outweigh the risks.

Enroll in Online Banking

We also offer mobile deposit, please click the button below for instructions and video if needed.

Mobile Deposit

We will continue to closely monitor this quickly evolving situation. If you have any questions or concerns you can reach us at:

1-800-662-1788

Monday- Saturday 8:00 AM - 8:00 PM

To get the latest reports and statistics please visit cdc.gov. Thank you for being a valued customer of State Bank of Southern Utah.


Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Can I get COVID-19 from money that came from an infected person?

A: According to experts the virus remains viable for at least a few hours on surfaces, including money. While you cannot control who touched your money, you can follow CDC guidelines, as follows:

  • Wash your hands often with warm soapy water for 20 seconds before rinsing.
  • Avoid touching your face, particularly eyes, ears and nose.

Q: Should I withdraw cash and hide it somewhere?

A: We do not recommend storing large amounts of cash at home. Criminals know this is a possibility. Money gets lost. While it may be a good idea to have some cash reserves, payment systems are unaffected by the pandemic and continue to operate as normal.

Q: My loan payment is due, and my business is suffering. Can SBSU help?

A: Contact your SBSU loan officer. We are here to help.


Additional Information

COVID-19 Update for Southwest Utah
Utah Department of Health Update
CDC.gov