Trailblazing In Banking And Our Communities
Community investment and volunteerism are at the heart of Alpine Bank.

In 2018, we continue to expand our service to more Colorado communities, with the construction of two new branches.

Taking the High Road
In 1973, a small group of friends and associates opened Roaring Fork Bank in Carbondale, Colorado. That started a growth trajectory of 38 bank branches in 28 Colorado communities, creating what is now known as Alpine Bank. In 2018, Alpine commemorates the legacy of 45 years in business.

While the growth represents a lot of change, the founding principles of our organization have remained exactly the same. Reflecting on the past four and a half decades, we celebrate the pioneering spirit and innovative business leadership of that original establishing team.

Five fundamental values, identified 45 years ago, remain our guideposts to this day: Independence, Communities, Compassion, Integrity and Loyalty. In short, we treat all our customers and our communities the way that we like to be treated ourselves.

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ABOUT US


Employee-owned and locally operated, Alpine Bank has been a part of Colorado since 1973. With 38 convenient locations, most recently including the bank’s first Front Range branches in Denver’s Union Station and Cherry Creek North neighborhoods, Alpine Bank serves more than 130,000 customers with retail, business, wealth management*, mortgage and electronic banking services. While we are a growing company, we’re also forever committed to remaining the true community bank we’ve always been.

At Alpine Bank, the employees and the culture make the difference. Many of our employees and managers have been with Alpine Bank for 10 years or longer. This dedication allows us to build long-term community and customer relationships – in fact, many of our original Board of Directors still serve, including Alpine Bank founder and Chairman Bob Young.

Because we are not a national banking chain, our size and streamlined organizational structure provides us the ability to make local decisions in a timely manner.

As a company, we donated more than $3.7 million to local charitable organizations and paid our employees to volunteer nearly 14,000 hours in their communities last year alone.


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