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Norway Savings Bank

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Norway Savings Bank


158 U.S. Route 1
Scarborough Maine 04074
United States



Start your Maine Adventure at Norway Savings Bank Route 1 in Scarborough
Norway Savings Bank, located on Scarborough's scenic Route 1 158 U.S. Route 1, is more than just a bank. It's a place to start your Maine adventure. We believe in "YOU," and create personalized plans that go beyond cookie-cutter solutions to help you achieve all of your dreams, no matter how big or small.

Our friendly Scarborough team will listen, support, and guide you whether you want to explore Prouts Neck’s rocky charm or build a local Scarborough company.

Step inside our conveniently located Route 1 branch and experience the Norway Savings difference:

Checking and Savings Accounts: Find a flexible option that fits your Scarborough lifestyle. You can use it for everyday banking or to save for a future seaside getaway.

We offer a wide range of lending options to help you achieve your Scarborough goals.

Investment Services: Increase your wealth by utilizing expert guidance and a range of investment options that are tailored to your risk tolerance.

Business Banking: We're your trusted partner for business success in Scarborough, offering checking, loans, cash management, and more to help your enterprise thrive.

More than just a bank, we're your Scarborough neighbor, your financial champion, your friend. Come chat with us, share your Maine dreams, and let's set sail towards your goals together, one sunrise at a time.


About Scarborough

Scarborough is a town in Cumberland County on the southern coast of the U.S. state of Maine. Located about 7 miles (11 km) south of Portland, Scarborough is part of the Portland–South Portland–Biddeford, Maine metropolitan statistical area. The population was 22,135 at the 2020 census, making it the most populous town (not city) in Maine. == History == In about 1630, John V. Stratton opened a trading post on Stratton Island in Saco Bay off Scarborough's shore. In 1631, the Plymouth Council for New England granted the "Black Point Patent" to Captain Thomas Cammock, nephew of the Earl of Warwick.

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