Our roots are in Dodge City
Locally-owned since 1907, we share your entrepreneurial spirit and hometown values.
We meet with you and learn about your entire financial picture to offer smart lending options for your business and personal needs.
We are dedicated to maintaining strong asset quality and capital positions to meet our mission of providing a strong bank for Southwest Kansas.
Growing the Community
We lend in the towns and neighborhoods where our depositors live and work, helping to keep Southwest Kansas vibrant and growing.
We remain locally-owned and (unlike large banks) have a long-term interest in the health of Southwest Kansas.
We have been proudly serving Southwest Kansas for over a century.
We open our doors as Kansas State Bank, formed by local merchants and farmers to provide a strong and safe bank for the businesses and families in Southwest Kansas. We remain dedicated to this mission today.
We build new headquarters in the heart of Downtown Dodge. Nearly 100 years later we still operate from the same location, delivering modern banking services with the personal, friendly service that only a local bank can provide.
We form Fidelity State Bank by combining our conservative banking tradition with the rich history of State Bank of Dodge City, originally founded by the first merchant of Dodge City, George M. Hoover.
We change our name to Fidelity State Bank and Trust Company to reflect the growing importance of our trust services. With experience dating back to 1952, we continue to offer professional and unbiased trust services for Southwest Kansas.
We open Online Banking, entering a new frontier just as our founders once did. Today, we offer secure access to your accounts from your desktop, laptop, or mobile device and fast access to account balances with our Text Banking feature.
Built on strong foundations and rich history, we are the only full service community bank based in Dodge City. We remain locally-owned and inspired by the entrepreneurial spirit of the farmers and merchants who originally formed us.