These Banks Are Now Closing in California This Year

Market News Daily - These Banks Are Now Closing in California This Year.
Market News Daily – These Banks Are Now Closing in California This Year.

Wondering which banks are closing in California? This trend has only grown more in recent months and years as online banking surges in popularity.

Between Citibank, Wells Fargo, JPMorgan, and Bank of America, many banks have begun to close nationwide, but especially in California.

According to data from the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC), approximately 8,000 banks were in operation in 2000, but by 2022, this figure was halved.

In this article, I’m going to break down the name of the bank as well as the locations of banks closing in California each month.

Let’s get started!

California Bank Branches closed in June

Market News Daily - These Banks Are Now Closing in California This Year.
Market News Daily – These Banks Are Now Closing in California This Year.

Below is a list of banks that closed down this year in California for the month of June.

  • Wells Fargo. 101 West Fourth St, Santa Ana
  • Wells Fargo. 5007 Foothills, Blvd, Roseville
  • Wells Fargo. 17405 Crenshaw Blvd, Suite A, Torrance
  • Wells Fargo. 790 West Shaw Ave, Fresno
  • JP Morgan. 350 Esplanade Dr, Oxnard
  • Bank of America. 3250 Mission St, San Francisco
  • JP Morgan. 11766 Wilshire Blvd, Ste 100, Los Angeles
  • JP Morgan. 102 Robles Way, Vallejo
  • JP Morgan. 980 N Western Ave, Ste A, San Pedro
  • PNC Bank. 200 N Church St, Lodi
  • Wells Fargo. 30745 Pacific Coast Hwy, Malibu
  • Wells Fargo. 110 Harding Blvd, Roseville
  • Wells Fargo. 1111 Washington St, Santa Clara
  • Wells Fargo. 18529 Yorba Linda Blvd, Yorba Linda
  • Wells Fargo. 3250 Glendale Blvd, Los Angeles

Also Read: A US Bank is Now Denying Access to Funds and Freezing Accounts in New Scandal

California Bank Branches closing in July

Below is a list of banks that have closed in California this year for the month of July.

  • JP Morgan. 3492 Mt Diablo Blvd, Lafayette
  • Bank of America. 3045 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles
  • Wells Fargo. 715 Bridgeway, Sausalito
  • Wells Fargo. 10211 Avalon Blvd, Los Angeles
  • Wells Fargo. 535 N. Brand Blvd, Glendale
  • Wells Fargo. 800 E Alisal St, Salinas
  • Bank of America. 3650 Grand Ave, Chino Hills
  • JP Morgan. 18601 Devonshire St, Northridge

California Bank Branches closing in August

Which banks are closing in California this August? Below is a list of banks scheduled to close this month.

  • Wells Fargo. 625 South Lone Hill Ave, Glendora
  • Wells Fargo. 1735 Ramsey St, Banning
  • Wells Fargo. 1596 Moorpark Rd, Thousand Oaks
  • Bank of California. 530 Palisades Dr, Pacific Palisades
  • JP Morgan. 3250 Pico Blvd, Santa Monica
  • JP Morgan. 10838 Long Beach Blvd Lynnwood
  • Bank of America. 2701 Harbor Blvd, Costa Mesa
  • Wells Fargo. 16055 Foothill Blvd, Fontana
  • Wells Fargo. 3211-1 Business Park Drive, Vista
  • JP Morgan. 5180 Foothills Blvd, Roseville
  • JP Morgan. 5142 Stevens Creek Blvd, San Jose
  • Zions. 525 University Ave, Palo Alto
  • Zions. 1900 Avenue of the Stars, Los Angeles
  • Bank of America. 336 South Twin Oaks Valley Rd, San Marcos
  • Flagstar Bank. 201 Mission Street, San Francisco
  • Bank of America. 5800 South Eastern Ave, Los Angeles

Also Read: Banks Are Now Closing Thousands of Accounts Daily

California Bank Branches closing in September

Which banks are closing in California for the month of September? Below is a list of these banks and branch locations.

  • Bank of America. 336 South Twin Oaks Valley Rd, San Marcos
  • Flagstar Bank. 201 Mission Street, San Francisco
  • Bank of America. 5800 South Eastern Ave, Los Angeles
  • Wells Fargo. 3550 Round Barn Blvd, Santa Rosa
  • Citibank. 10460 MT Gleason Ave, Tujunga
  • Citibank. 41969 Big Bear Blvd, Big Bear Lake
  • Citibank. 1995 41st Ave, Capitola
  • JP Morgan. 2121 Olympic Parkway, Chula Vista
  • Wells Fargo. 301 S. Pacific Coast Hwy, Redondo Beach
  • Bank of America. 1818 South Euclid St, Anaheim

Credit to Ash Jurberg for curating this list.

These Bank of America Branches Will Close Between August and October in California

Market News Daily - These Banks Are Now Closing in California This Year.
Market News Daily – These Banks Are Now Closing in California This Year.

The following Bank of America branches will also close between August and October in California.

  • 2701 Harbor Blvd, Costa Mesa
  • 336 South Twin Oaks Valley Rd, San Marcos
  • 5800 South Eastern Ave, Los Angeles
  • 336 South Twin Oaks Valley Rd, San Marcos
  • 5800 South Eastern Ave, Los Angeles
  • 1818 South Euclid St, Anaheim
  • 200 Cochrane Plaza, Morgan Hill
  • 2925 Scott Blvd, Santa Clara
  • 3491 McKee Rd, San Jose
  • 1400 Moraga Way, Moraga
  • 2049 Century Park East, Los Angeles
  • 1275 Fell St, San Francisco

Also Read: New Study Shows Nearly 190 Banks on Verge of Collapsing

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4 Comments

  1. Gunther

    Maybe it is about time we have states creating and running their own banks like the state of North Dakota has for over 100 years. At least the money stays in the state and in the local community.

    • Frank Nez

      That’s a very interesting idea 🤔

  2. HOWARD SELCER

    I guess shorting stocks like AMC for 2 years has its consequences.

  3. Frank Nez

    Leave your thoughts below.

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