Reminder: Norway Savings Bank will never call you asking for your personal information. If someone calls you claiming to be with the bank or and affiliated entity (such as our “fraud department”) asking for your private information, do not provide it. It’s a scam. Thank you for your diligence in protecting your accounts.

Home page Banner for the pink color choiceHome page Banner for the blue color choiceHome page Banner for the green color choiceHome page Banner for the purple color choiceHome page Banner for the orange color choice Home Page Banner Image for Desktop Home Page Banner Image for mobile Home Page Banner Image for tablet

live your life in

We all come from different walks of life, but there’s one thing we have in common: we live our lives in color! At Norway, we think what makes us different is what makes us great. So, walk your own way—even though we’re only a small part of your life, Norway Savings Bank is always doing our best to help you be you.

online banking login

15-Year Mortgage Save up to $750 in closing costs*
Woman painting a wall

Your Dream.
Your Reality.

HELOC Special Offer
5.25% APR
Save up to $650 on Appraisal + Title Fees

View The Offer
Group of people around a table eating

send money with

It's a fast, safe and easy
way to send money to
people you know and trust.

Learn More about Zelle®

welcome to the

Family-focused financial info, tips
and products designed to grow
as your family grows.

Visit the Hive

Helping you live your life in color

Our Life in Color blog

A message about current events from our…

With the unsettling events unfolding in Europe, we would like to reassure and share with you what Norway Savings Bank is doing to keep your…

Read More »

News Room

Norway Savings Bank Donates $20,000 to…

BRIDGTON, Maine – Norway Savings Bank is proud to announce a donation of $20,000 to the 4-H Innovation Center at the Magic Lantern in Bridgton.…

Read More »
cartoon graduation cap

Life Moments

College Budget Breakdown

Most people ask, “How much does college cost?”—that’s the first mistake. It’s not to say this question isn’t answerable, but grouping college into one huge…

Read More »

sign up for our newsletter: