Masks are required
Surfaces cleaned frequently
Maintaining 6 feet distance
MB&T Community Support During COVID-19
As the largest community bank on the Central Coast, the safety and health of our associates, clients and communities has been paramount to our daily operations throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. We take this responsibility seriously and have strived to continue delivering the level of service our clients and communities have come to expect from us, every single day. It is with that in mind that we share the below updates as our communities begin the re-opening process and we continue to prioritize the well-being of our associates, clients and communities.
Branch Operations – as of August 2, 2021
We’ve implemented a number of temporary changes to our daily branch operations for the safety of our associates and clients, and we ask that you take a minute to familiarize yourself with these new practices.
Visit the locations page to view current branch hours.
Masks: Associates and clients must wear face coverings (non-medical) at all times, whether in line or while inside a branch, regardless of vaccinnation status.
Cough Guards will remain at each active teller stand and personal banker desk for the time being.
Gloves are optional and at the associate's discretion. If they choose to wear them, they will change them regularly and wash / sanitize their hands after touching and removing used gloves.
We encourage that you maintain 6 feet of social distancing. Please look for the taped markers on the floors for guidance.
Sanitizer stations will be prominent within the branch. Clients are welcome to take a mini bottle with them as a complimentary gift.
Associates will wash their hands following each transaction, or more frequently, with soap and water, or use hand sanitizer.
Pens are complimentary and we encourage clients to take the one they've used with them.
Branches will be cleaned each evening, and receive a deep clean each week.
Common surfaces will be cleaned regularly throughout the day.
We are proud to have secured over $320 million of Paycheck Protection Program funds for local Santa Barbara and Ventura county businesses, supporting nearly 25,000 employees’ jobs at over 2,300 companies and organizations.
In support of our business clients, we have purchased over $23,000 worth of gift cards and merchandise from local restaurants, retailers and wineries. Additionally, we have purchased over $11,000 in take-out lunches from our restaurant clients to deliver lunches regularly to our associates who are holding down the fort in our offices each day.
We have donated over $580,000 to local nonprofits that are providing COVID-19 related relief to Santa Barbara and Ventura communities, including Foodbank of Santa Barbara County, Food Share of Ventura County, United Way of Santa Barbara County, Sansum Clinic, Ventura County Community Foundation, Buellton Senior Center, Santa Ynez People Helping People, Gold Coast Veterans Foundation and Casa Pacifica
Schools may be closed, but our year round efforts to teach financial literacy to local students continues with on-demand and live virtual classes that have been taught to over 1,750 local students in 9 different schools through more than 115 hours of associate volunteer time.