Thank you for choosing Collinsville Bank - A Division of Northwest Community Bank. We appreciate your business and are committed to providing the best in community banking.

Collinsville Bank, Litchfield Bancorp and Northwest Community Bank - the three banks of the Connecticut Mutual Holding Company - have collaborated as one bank, under one charter as Northwest Community Bank.

This restructuring strengthens our ability to continue as a well-capitalized, locally-owned, mutual bank. It is not a step towards going public. As it has been with each individual bank, relationship banking will stay at the core of our mission.

As your community bank:

  • All bank branches will retain their current names
  • Existing branches will stay open, and customers will be able to bank at 14 branch locations.
  • Staff will remain the same
  • Internal systems and operations will be streamlined.
  • The bank will have increased capacity for commercial loans
  • A charitable foundation will be founded to expand all three banks' legacy of community support throughout the region.

We welcome any questions. Please don't hesitate to give us a call at 860.693.6936 or send us an email at

Frequently Asked Questions

What will change after the Conversion Weekend March 19-21?

ONLINE BANKING - On March 22nd at noon, Online Banking and Bill Pay will resume. Your User ID and Password will remain the same. All of your current payees will be transitioned over to the new system. Your previously scheduled and recurring transfers and payments will process without interruption.

TELEPHONE BANKING - Beginning on Sunday, March 21st at 5:00 PM, the new telephone banking number will be 800-455-6668. You will need to re-enroll using the last four digits of your social security number as your temporary PIN. Business accounts should use the last four digits of the social security number of the authorized signer on the account. You may re-use your previous PIN after entering your temporary PIN.

CHECKS - You can continue to use your checks until they run out. If you decide to re-order your checks after March 22nd through another source, please provide them with Routing and Transit number #211174204.

STATEMENTS - During the month of March, you may receive two statements but will only be charged one monthly maintenance service fee, if applicable. All other fees will apply. Some statements may be delayed.

DEBIT CARDS - Your current debit card will continue to work during and after the Integration Weekend with the same PIN you use today.

CHECKING AND SAVING INTEREST - You may receive two interest payments for the month of March. The full month's interest on Kasasa accounts will not sweep to Saver accounts in March.

NEW ROUTING AND TRANSIT NUMBER - Direct deposit, recurring transfers and automatic deductions will continue as normal. When setting up a new transaction or wire transfer use routing and transit number #211174204.

Who is Connecticut Mutual Holding Company?

Established in 2001, Connecticut Mutual Holding Company currently operates three banks: Litchfield Bancorp, Northwest Community Bank and the Collinsville Bank. It was formed to better meet the needs of the communities in which the banks serve.

Who is Northwest Community Bank?

With over 155 years operating in a small community, Northwest Community Bank knows their neighbors and has grown with the community's needs. In 1860 and 1875, Winsted Savings Bank and Northwest Bank for Savings respectively opened their doors to the public. Both banks supported the community and enriched the growth with FDIC Insured deposits and loans to continue the areas success. ln 1996, they merged to form Northwest Community Bank. Today they support 5 different areas with local branches in Winsted, Avon, Granby, New Hartford and Torrington, as well as a nationally recognized academic branch in Northwestern Region 7 High School. A new branch will open in Simsbury on December 14, 2020. Northwest Community Bank offers a full range of consumer, business, and investment products and services. Northwest Community Bank has a deep commitment to the communities it serves, and takes great pride in delivering exceptional customer service. In addition to consumer banking and lending products, Northwest Community Bank is a leader in business and commercial banking.

What is the impact to Collinsville Bank and Litchfield Bancorp customers?

There is no immediate impact to the terms of your accounts except that the charters of Collinsville Bank and Litchfield Bancorp will be combined within and into their affiliate, Northwest Community Bank. Please know that:

- All account numbers will be unchanged

- All current CDs and IRA's will be honored as they exist today

- All borrowers wilI be honored as they exist today

- Online banking will remain the same

As we begin our transition and start work on integrating the organizations, "Collinsville Bank, a Division of Northwest Community Bank" and "Litchfield Bancorp, a Division of Northwest Community Bank", we will communicate any changes in your accounts or your banking relationship. Every effort will be made to minimize changes to your products, rates, and fees as the organization's products and systems are aligned. ln the coming months you will receive additional communications from "Collinsville Bank, a Division of Northwest Community Bank'' and "Litchfield Bancorp, a Division of Northwest Community Bank" about your accounts and safe deposit box.

When can I start using the Northwest Community Bank and its Divisions branch offices?

You will have access to all Northwest Community Bank branches, including "Litchfield Bancorp, a Division of Northwest Community Bank" and "Collinsville Bank, a Division of Northwest Community Bank" beginning May 1, 2021. Please continue to use either Collinsville Bank or Litchfield Bancorp branches, checks, debit cards, online banking and bill pay, and make loan payments as you do today.

Will my accounts continue to be insured with the FDIC?

Northwest Community Bank is a strong, secure, and well-capitalized bank and a safe place for deposits. All deposits are insured by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) up to $250,000. This coverage can be increased for larger deposits through titling of accounts. We also participate in the Certificate of Deposit Account Registry Service (CDARS). Funds in a noninterest-bearing transaction account are insured up to the FDIC limit of $250,000.

lf you have accounts at Northwest Community Bank and Collinsville Bank, or Northwest Community Bank and Litchfield Bancorp, or Collinsville Bank and Litchfield Bancorp under federal law you will continue to receive the same FDIC coverage as if your accounts were still at separate banks for six months after the Transaction date of January 4, 2021. CDs will continue to receive separate FDlC insurance coverage until the first maturity date after the six-month period. After six months have passed, if your total account balances exceed $250,000, any excess may not be covered by FDlC insurance.

lf you have any questions about FDIC insurance on your accounts or CDARs, please call your local branch. They would be more than happy to assist you in any way possible.

What if I should have any questions? Who should I contact?

If you are a Collinsville Bank customer and have questions, you can continue to call Collinsville Bank at 860-693-6936 and an employee will be pleased to assist you. You may also contact us at and additional information can be found at

f you are a Litchfield Bancorp customer and have questions, you can continue to call Litchfield Bancorp at 860-567-9401 and an employee will be pleased to assist you. You may also contact us at and additional information can be found at

lf you are a Northwest Community Bank customer and have questions, you can continue to call Northwest Community Bank at 860-379-7561 and an employee will be pleased to assist you. You may also contact us at and additional information can be found at