Who We Are

Born out of the belief that there’s value in being independent, opportunity in being entrepreneurial and joy in serving others, Grand River Bank is independently-owned, locally-focused and full-service. Specifically designed to meet the wide-ranging financial needs of individuals, businesses, professionals, nonprofits and municipalities throughout the vibrant West Michigan market, we’re proud to have earned our reputation as a premier financial partner. We encourage you to explore a relationship with us and to experience our unique brand of banking.


Since our founding, we have been focused on delivering an outstanding banking experience with sound solutions for local businesses – that’s what sets us apart. From traditional business banking services to treasury management and commercial loans, to our “Bringing the Bank to You” Courier Service, we are eager to show you how we’ve developed a reputation for consistently delivering solutions that are tailored to the needs of our business partners.


Get to know us and experience the difference our exceptional customer service makes. In today’s fast-paced world, you need more than a place to keep your cash. We offer anytime access to manage your savings and checking safely and conveniently with online banking, mobile banking, e-statements.
Our wide suite of residential mortgage programs is built around professionals and business owners. We’ll take the time to listen and act quickly to deliver customized solutions whether you are building for the first time or trying to figure out how to transfer your equity with a move.

CyberSecurity Alert

Security Summit Warns Taxpayers of New COVID-related Text Scam: The Security Summit, a coalition of the IRS, state tax agencies, and the private sector tax industry, is warning taxpayers about a new text scam that tricks people into disclosing bank account information under the guise of receiving the $1,200 Economic Impact Payment (EIP) – a direct deposit of $1,200 from COVID-19 TREAS FUND.

The IRS reminds taxpayers that it will never send texts asking for bank account information. Those targeted by this scam should take a screen shot of the text message and email it to