Columbus Day 2021 falls on October11 The yearly vacation celebrates Christopher Columbus’ landing in the New World on October 12, 1492.
Columbus Day, observed on the 2nd Monday of October, is a federal vacation, implying numerous federal government workplaces are shut and some personal companies might not be open on the day. Numerous banks, consisting of the Federal Reserve, are closed on the day.
Customers can still access electronic banking choices at the site of their bank in addition to ATM makers. Some banks’ call centers will stay open on Columbus Day.
Some bank branches may currently be closed or running lowered services as an outcome of COVID-19
The U.S. Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation states: “In challenging situations, some banks might require to briefly restrict operations to secure the health of their workers and consumers. This might consist of closing a lobby, transforming to drive-thru just services, or motivating clients to utilize ATMs or digital channels to access their services.
FDIC “motivates banks to deal with customers impacted by COVID-19,” by waiving specific costs, consisting of overdraft, ATM, late payment, early withdrawal, and other costs.
” Regardless of the bank’s operating conditions, your cash is guaranteed by the FDIC. Deposits with an FDIC-insured bank or cost savings organization will continue to be safeguarded as much as a minimum of $250,000,” the FDIC states.
See the FDIC site to learn more about deposit insurance coverage.
Below are some banks that are closed on Columbus Day, noted in alphabetical order.
- Ameris Bank
- Bank of America
- California Bank & Trust
- Columbia Bank
- Community First Bank
- F&M Bank
- Farmers & Merchants Bank
- First Citizens Bank
- First Commonwealth Bank
- First Merchants Bank
- Great Western Bank
- Kitsap Bank
- M&T Bank
- NBT Bank
- Peoples Bank
- PNC Bank
- Santander Bank
- TCF Bank
- The Dime Bank
- Wells Fargo
- Westfield Bank
- WSFS Bank
- Zions Bank
Other Federal Holidays in the U.S.
Below is a list of other federal vacations observed in the nation. If a vacation falls on a weekend, the federal government might observe it on a various day.
- New Year’s Day (January 1)
- Martin Luther King, Jr.’s birthday (3rd Monday in January)
- Presidents’ Day/George Washington’s birthday (3rd Monday in February)
- Memorial Day (last Monday in May)
- Juneteenth (June 19)
- Independence Day (July 4)
- Labor Day (initially Monday in September)
- Veterans Day (November 11)
- Thanksgiving Day (4th Thursday in November)
- Christmas Day (December 25)