Contact Central Bank of Boone County

We promise to provide the best financial products and services, at the best value, that will not only meet, but exceed your needs at all stages of your financial life. Contact us with any question or concern.

Central Bank of Boone County
P.O. Box 678
Columbia, MO 65205
(573) 874-8100
(800) 842-2262

 

Routing / ABA Number:081500859

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Additional Contact Information

Report Suspicious Activity: cbccustomerservice@centralbank.net.

Electronic Banking Support Center for Online Banking: (573) 874-8541 or (800) 749-9097
Electronic Banking Support Center for BusinessLink: (866) 777-8239
InfoLine (Telephone Banking): (573) 874-8445 or (800) 874-8445
Customer Service: (573) 874-8535
To report a lost or stolen Credit Card, contact our Bankcard Center: (800) 445-9272
To report a lost or stolen Debit Card, contact our Bankcard Center: (855) 401-4599

Your Local Community Bank

Central Bank of Boone County has over 162 years of experience serving its community with legendary service, financial expertise and exceptional products. The commitment doesn't stop there. Central Bank of Boone County invests more than a quarter million dollars each year into more than 150 nonprofit organizations and their projects. If something is important to the community, the bank is there to help.

Beyond the dollars, volunteerism isn't just expected of the bank's 330 employees, it's required. The bank has a Community Involvement Committee that coordinates efforts for events such as the Show-Me State Games, Special Olympics, Relay for Life and numerous other fundraising events. In fact, the bank's employees aren't just volunteers, they are leaders.

Today, Central Bank of Boone County is a community bank looking to the future. While proud of its past, the bank is always striving for what's next, what's better and what's right for our community. It's what community banking is all about.

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