Hurricane Sandy Update: Branches Open Wednesday

UPDATE: our Bloomfield (500 Bloomfield Ave, Newark, NJ) and Elizabeth (817 Elizabeth Ave, Elizabeth, NJ) branches in New Jersey were able to OPEN on Wednesday. Our Rockefeller branch in New York was able to open at 10:15 AM ET on Wednesday.

Our thoughts are with our customers, employees and their families in the communities impacted by Hurricane Sandy. The coming days will present challenges, and we want to be of as much assistance and support as we can. We look forward to working together as the affected areas rebuild, repair and clean up.

We are diligently working on re-establishing operations of our branches.  While most of Popular Community Bank branches will be open for business on Wednesday, Oct. 31, the following branches will remain CLOSED on Wednesday:

NEW YORK
25th and Second – 441 Second Ave, New York, NY
Delancey Street – 134 Delancey St, New York, NY
East Houston – 310 East Houston St, New York, NY
Sheepshead Bay 1619 Sheepshead Bay, Brooklyn, NY

NEW JERSEY
Bergenline – 5310 Bergenline Ave, West New York, NJ
Passaic – 122 Eighth St, Passaic, NJ
Perth Amboy – 631 State St, Perth Amboy, NJ
Journal Square – 1 Journal Square Plaza, Jersey City, NJ

We plan on having our other 29 branches in the area OPEN for business on Wednesday morning. Any additions to this list because of power outages or other factors will be updated on the blog, our Facebook page and our Twitter feed as that information becomes available.

If you have questions or concerns about your accounts, please feel free to contact us or check your accounts through Popular Online Banking.

For other branch-specific updates, check-in with us on Foursquare.

Also, please consider helping those in need by donating to the American Red Cross. Text REDCROSS to 90999 to give $10 to American Red Cross Disaster Relief, which helps people affected by disasters such as hurricanes, floods, earthquakes, wildfires and tornadoes.

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