Hurricane Sandy Disaster Assistance Information and Branch Availability Update

To our New York and New Jersey bank customers:

Popular Community Bank is committed to working with our communities during these challenging times.

For those affected by Hurricane Sandy, we are here to help. During this disaster recovery period we have taken the following steps:

  • We have waived all overdraft fees incurred due to the impact of Hurricane Sandy.  If you still feel you have been assessed an overdraft fee incurred due to Hurricane Sandy that has not yet been waived, please contact our Care Center at 1-800-377-0800.
  • Through November 12th will be waive our normal ATM withdrawal fees charged for using another bank’s ATM

Also remember that Popular Community Bank is part of Allpoint, the largest Free ATM nationwide network with thousands of free ATMs throughout New York and New Jersey.  To locate the closest ATM, visit

We hope this gives you some relief and comfort in knowing you have a partner you can count on.

Branch Availability Update

On Friday, Nov. 2,  the same 32 branches will be OPEN for business in New York and New Jersey. All available branches will close at 4 p.m. ET.

On Saturday, Nov. 3, we are planning on regular business hours for all available branches.

The following branches will remain CLOSED on Friday and Saturday:

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

Bergenline – 5310 Bergenline Ave, West New York, NJ
Passaic – 122 Eighth St, Passaic, NJ
Journal Square – 1 Journal Square Plaza, Jersey City, NJ

Also, please remember that you can also access your accounts 24/7 through Popular Online Banking

Finally, if you have not been affected by the storm but would like to help those in need, please consider 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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