Small businesses are vital to our communities. We want you to know that we are here to support you during this unprecedented time.
The Treasury Department has released guidance on the 7a SBA Paycheck Protection Program.
For an overview of the program click here.
If you're a borrower, click here.
How to Obtain a DUNS Number
Here's how you can get started on your Payroll Protection Program (PPP) application:
1. Fill out the application, Exhibit A
2. Fill out the loan calculator worksheet, Exhibit B
3. Gather the required checklist items, Exhibit C
4. Securely upload the completed application, the completed worksheet, and the required checklist items using the file upload links shown below.
Exhibit A: Paycheck Protection Program Borrower Application Form_2483_Updated
Please note: you will need to download and complete the application. Then, upload the completed application using the secure links below with the supporting documents requested.
PPP Exhibit B CARES Act Loan Calculator
(This calculator is being provided as a tool to calculate eligible expenses under the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP). This calculator is for information purposes only and is not intended to provide investment, legal, tax or accounting advice, nor is it intended to indicate the performance, availability or applicability of any product or service. You may wish to consult an appropriate and qualified advisor about your unique situation. You should always consult with your financial planner, attorney and/or tax advisor as needed.)
Exhibit C: PPP Borrower Checklist
Important information to our customers.
As we continue to monitor the evolution of COVID-19, or coronavirus, we have made the decision to close our lobbies and utilize our drive-thru services at this time.
Update: Beginning March 20, 2020 Bank lobbies will be closed.
All Cortland Bank locations will serve customers at our drive-thru or by appointment only.
Hudson and Strongsville branches will be closed. ATM, night drop, and appointments are available at both branches.
For face-to-face appointments or access to safe deposit boxes, please call us at 330.637.8040 or contact your local branch.
With social distancing being top of mind, this is a precautionary measure to help stop the spread of the coronavirus. We continue to encourage everyone to consider ways to reduce interaction with others over the next few weeks. Please remember to use our ATM, mobile and online banking services as alternatives to visiting our bankers personally. We are also available by phone and email.
These services help you manage your account from home or on-the go:
• Online banking: Monitor activity, transfer money, pay bills and more.
• Mobile Banking App: Check balances, deposit checks, transfer money, make payments, set account alerts and more.
• Telephone Banking: Call to hear account details and transfer money. (844)-810-7615.
• ATMs: In addition to our branch ATM’s, Cortland customers can use ATM’s nationwide, and receive ATM fee refunds with a Kasasa account. (Certain conditions apply. Click here for details
If you have not taken advantage of our remote services in the past, but are interested in learning more, please call: 330.637.8040, option 0 to speak to a customer service representative, or contact your local branch
We will continue to monitor events and update our action plan as needed.
The coronavirus could increase the activities of cyber criminals who take advantages of the public’s concerns. Criminals look for ways to gain access to your account. As a reminder, we will never contact you and ask for your full Social Security number, account or card number, user name or password. Know what to look for so you can help stop identity theft and fraud while protecting your account.
If you receive suspicious communication claiming to be from Cortland Bank, prior to sharing any information let us know by calling (330)-637-8040 ext. 1520 or by emailing email@example.com