The Milford Bank continues to monitor developments and guidance from the CDC and the State of Connecticut to ensure we offer banking services to you in the safest way possible. As we move forward the safety and well-bring of our customers, communities and employees remains our top priority.
You can expect that our staff will be wearing masks and gloves, our lobbies and ATM will continue to be thoroughly sanitized, our teller and desk stations will have plastic shields, and we will adhere to the CDC guidelines for social distancing.
A mask or face covering is required for all in-branch visits. If you choose not to wear a mask or face covering please use our drive-up windows or the walk-up window at our Main Office.
There are a few other items we want to make you aware of:
Lobby access will be controlled, allowing for just a few visitors at a time to meet mandated social distancing guidelines. Restroom facilities will not be available.
We strongly recommend making an appointment for any service that requires meeting with any employee working at a desk. This will enable us to obtain as much information about your transaction and prepare the necessary paperwork in advance. The number of people allowed inside our locations remains limited, so making visits as brief as possible remains a necessity.
To schedule an appointment, please call our main number, (203) 783-5700 or call any office of The Milford Bank directly:
Main Office, 33 Broad St, Milford – (203) 783-5743
Woodmont Office, 259 Merwin Ave, Milford – (203) 783-5797
Devon Office, 205 Bridgeport Ave, Milford – (203) 783-5738
Post Road East Office, 1455 Boston Post Rd, Milford – (203) 783-5773
Post Road West Office, 295 Boston Post Rd, Milford – (203) 783-1923
Stratford Office, 3651 Main St, Stratford – (203) 386-9176
Older adults and people who have underlying medical conditions should consider continuing to use non-lobby banking services including our drive-up windows, Online and Mobile Banking, and our ATMs.
Please refrain from visiting our lobbies if the answer to any of these questions is yes:
We care about the health and well-being of our employees and customers and believe the best approach is to open our facilities with an abundance of caution.
Although we are taking numerous precautions, we understand matters like this can be unsettling and want to remind you of the electronic banking options available to you. Learn more here.
We are committed to providing you with the latest tools and information you need for a safe banking experience. Learn more here.
We also have convenient drive-up windows at most branch locations.
If you are working from home, the Federal Trade Commission has issued online security tips. Find them here.
As the situation evolves, these sites can be a resource for you to obtain the latest information: