To protect our customers and employees during this pandemic, some offices may have lobby restrictions.
Click here for current information..
The Shohola and Liberty offices are currently DRIVE-THRU only.

Wayne Bank takes pride in having the friendly personal touch that has been our hallmark when we began as a simple storefront operation in 1871. Today, our Community Office employees still know most of our customers on a first name basis and are eager to provide new customers with outstanding personal service. The bank is stronger and more secure than ever, having become one of the premiere financial institutions in Northeastern Pennsylvania and Upstate New York.

wayne bank turncentWayne Bank was founded on November 4, 1871, and was known as the Wayne County Savings Bank, located on Main Street in the heart of Honesdale, a burgeoning canal town at the terminus of the Delaware and Hudson Canal. Early financing included everything from boat building and harness manufacturing to tanneries and farming. The shutdown of the Canal at the end of the 19th century forced the Bank to change with the times by financing the expansion of the county into other industries such as glassworks, textile factories and logging. In 1924, the Bank moved to the present headquarters between 7th and 8th Streets on Main Street.

Wayne Bank now has 31 Community Offices in two states and seven counties, including Wayne, Pike, Monroe, Luzerne and Lackawanna Counties in Pennsylvania, and Delaware and Sullivan Counties in New York State. Today, Wayne Bank has grown to $1.6 billion in asset size and employs more than 200 local people.

Norwood Financial Corp, a bank holding company, was created in 1996, with Wayne Bank as a subsidiary. Stock is traded on the Nasdaq National Market under the symbol NWFL

In a world of sudden start-up financial institutions, and just as sudden disappearances, Wayne Bank possesses an impressive longevity that will provide security for its customer, well into the future.