Granite Bank Login, Activation and Other Information

Granite Bank logo

Using the internet banking facility offered by Granite Bank, users can access their bank account online.

An online dashboard is provided by the bank, where it’s customers can easily access and manage their bank account. After logging into your bank account, you can check account balance, pay bills, transfer funds and invest money.

Below we have mentioned step by step instructions (with images) on how to login, recovering account credentials, activating your bank account, contacting customer support and more online.

Quick Facts about Granite Bank

Granite Bank was established in the year 1889 and is headquartered in Colebrook. Currently, the bank employs over 61 people across its 5 branches in the US.

  • Branch Locations: Link
  • Routing/Swift Code: 011701314/Contact Branch
  • Phone Number: 1-603-237-5551/1-888-225-1782
  • HQ Address: 132 Main Street, Colebrook, NH, 3576
  • Homepage:
  • Mobile AppAndroid/iOS
  • Social MediaFB/Twitter

Granite Bank Login

If you already have activated your bank account, follow the guide shared below to sign in into your bank account account:

Step 1: Navigate to this – Page, to start the process of logging into your Granite Bank account.

Granite Bank login
Step 2: Enter your ‘Online Banking ID‘ and ‘Password‘ in the respective fields.
Step 3: Finally, click on ‘Login‘ button.

Note: If the account is being accessed from any public place, it is not recommended to tick “Remember Me”

If your credentials are correct, you will be able to login to your account.

Granite Bank Enroll/Activation

To start using your Granite Bank online account, it is required to activate it online first. Refer the guide shared below to activate your account:

Step 1: First, goto Granite Bank homepage. (Link will open in new tab)
Step 2: Click on “Enroll?” button.
Step 3: On the next page, fill up the required fields and hit “Submit” button.

On the final page, you can set your username and password. If you have followed the above steps, your bank account will be activated.

Recover Username/Password

Username and/or Password can be recovered by following the steps given below:

Step 1: First, go to Granite Bank page in your browser. (A new tab will open)
Granite Bank recover
Step 2: Click on “Reset Password” button on the mid-left section of the screen.
Step 3: To verify your identity, fill the following information :

  • First Name
  • Last Name
  • SSN Number
  • Answer to security questions

Step 4: Click on “Continue” button.

If you have followed above steps correctly, you will be able to recover your account credentials. In case you face any difficulty, call up the customer care.

Granite Bank Information

SummaryFinancial Details
Bank Holding Company (Regulatory Top Holder)First Colebrook Bancorp, Inc.
FDIC Number6212
Establishment Date11/1/1889
HQ Address132 Main Street, Colebrook, NH, 3576
Number of Domestic Branches5
Number of Foreign Branches0
Number of Employees61
Number of EmployeesFDIC
Asset Under Managment258411 Million Dollars
Cash & Balances due from depository institutions13287 Million Dollars
Interest-bearing balances10614 Million Dollars
Total Securities18627 (in million dollar)
Net loans and leases213383 (in million dollar)
Trading account assets0 (in million dollar)
Total deposits224897 (in million dollar)
Interest-bearing deposits173884 (in million dollar)
Percentage insured (estimated)87.91993455 %

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) 

Q. Does Granite Bank offer online banking facility?
A. Yes, you can login to your account by visiting –

Q. Where is headquarters of Granite Bank?
A. Granite Bank headquarters is located in Colebrook and its address is  132 Main Street, Colebrook, NH, 3576.

Q. How can I locate Granite Bank branches?
A. Navigate to the branch locator page of the bank – Link.

Q. How can I contact Granite Bank customer support?
A. Call on 1-603-237-5551/1-888-225-1782 to talk to your bank representative.

Q. What is the routing code of Granite Bank?
A. The routing code of the bank is 011701314.

Updated on: 21/11/2017