Personal Checking Accounts

Regular Personal Checking Account Looking for a simple checking account with a low minimum balance and no limitations on withdrawals? You’ll need only $100.00 to open a City First Regular Personal Checking Account.

Personal Interest Checking Account  For depositors who want a simple checking account with no limit on withdrawals and desire to earn interest on a monthly balance, City First presents its Personal Interest Checking Account, opened with a minimum of just $100.00.

To start your relationship, please contact any one of our branches. You may also call 1-888-351-3280 to learn more.

  Regular Personal Checking
Minimum to Open $100.00
Monthly Service Charge $7.00
Monthly fee waived if ANY of the following criteria are met: 1) 1 direct deposit per month
2) 10 debit card transactions per month
3) Enrolled in eStatements
4) Minimum monthly average balance of: $100.00
Interest Bearing No


  Personal Interest Checking
Minimum to Open $100.00
Monthly Service Charge $8.00 monthly service charge applies if minimum balance requirement is not met.
Minimum Monthly Average Balance Required $500.00
Interest Bearing Yes

For more information, or to receive a copy of our Truth in Savings Act Disclosure, please click here.

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