Online and Mobile Banking will be undergoing scheduled maintenance during the early morning hours on Sunday, March 26. Users may experience periodical outages causing Online and Mobile Banking to be unavailable. We apologize for any inconvenience.

Hurricane Relief Resources

Hurricane Ian Relief Resources

Wauchula State Bank is committed to helping rebuild the communities we love to work and live in.


Insurance Claims Processing

As you rebuild your life, we are here to assist you through the process. Call your lender and visit a branch to begin the process.

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Government Relief

Information on federal assistance including FEMA Disaster Relief, SBA Disaster Assistance, Ag Resources, and more.

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General Banking Resources

We understand that this is a very challenging time for individuals, families, businesses, and communities. We have many online resources to help make banking easier.

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Here to Serve You:

Hurricane Ian has rocked our community, but we remain resilient. Below are ways you can connect with us as we recover.

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Online and Mobile Banking

Use Online Banking and Mobile Banking to access and manage your accounts, check account balances, transfer funds, pay bills and make deposits.

Download Our App - The Mobile Banking apps for Apple and Android devices allow you to bank almost anywhere, anytime.


Customer Engagement Team

Our Customer Engagement Team is available 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. to assist you.

They can be reached at 844-287-4225, or through the secure form on our Contact Us page.


In-Branch Banking

Our branches are operating under regular service hours. Please check our locations page for the hours of your local branch.



ATMs at our branches are all operational again. In addition, we are partnered with Allpoint and Publix Presto! to give you access to a surcharge-free ATM network of more than 1,000 ATMs. Find an ATM near you.

A MESSAGE FROM THE CEO: We Are Stronger Together

October 1, 2022

All of us at Wauchula State Bank send our thoughts and prayers to everyone affected by the devastation of Hurricane Ian. Our first priority is to take care of our family of employees so we can resume caring for you. As we come together as individuals, families, and businesses to restore our communities, let us remember that serving those around us in need is what keeps humanity strong.

We appreciate your patience as utility companies work hard to restore power. As soon as we are operational, we will open our doors to help with all your financial needs.

We will keep you informed of our location openings by continually updating our website and our Facebook page,

Wauchula State Bank is here for you today and every day, just as we have been for generations. Since the days of my great grandfather, you have trusted us to meet your needs, and we are committed to continuing that tradition.

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Jake Crews
Chief Executive Officer