Date: Monday, May 22nd, 2023
Zions Bank in Weiser, Idaho, was met with an unexpected challenge on Monday morning as they woke up to flooded floors, with water streaming out through the front door. The incident necessitated the immediate intervention of a restoration team to mitigate the damage and carry out the necessary repairs. As a result, the bank will be closed for a few days. However, the management team is diligently working to reopen the drive-through window by Tuesday or Wednesday. Zions Bank deeply regrets any inconvenience caused by this unforeseen event, which was attributed to a broken water line.
It is important to note that the reopening date is subject to the progress of the restoration efforts and the completion of any necessary repairs. Zions Bank extends its sincere apologies to all customers and community members inconvenienced by this unfortunate incident. The bank recognizes the importance of accessibility and aims to rectify the situation promptly, prioritizing the needs and convenience of its customers.
Meanwhile, customers are encouraged to utilize Zions Bank’s alternative banking options during the temporary closure. Online banking services, including mobile banking applications and internet-based transactions, remain fully operational, allowing customers to manage their accounts and carry out financial transactions without interruption.
For any urgent matters or inquiries, customers can reach out to the bank’s customer service helpline, which will remain operational throughout the closure period. The bank’s staff is committed to providing assistance and addressing any concerns or questions customers may have.
The bank’s management and staff are grateful for the community’s patience during this unexpected event. The bank sincerely apologizes for any inconvenience caused and appreciates the continued support and understanding of the community.