First National Bank and Trust (FNBT) in Rockton, IL

Rockton-Branch
800.667.4401

FNBT in Rockton, IL Address:

300 E Main St
Rockton IL 61072


About Our Rockton, IL Bank Location

Find a bank near you in Rockton by visiting First National Bank and Trust on E Main St, down the street from Hononegah High School in downtown Rockton, Illinois. 

Bank Lobby Hours







Drive-Up Hours
Monday: 8am - 5:30pm
Tuesday: 8am - 5:30pm
Wednesday: 8am - 5:30pm
Thursday: 8am - 5:30pm 
Friday: 8am - 6pm
Saturday: 8:00am - noon
Sunday: Closed
 

Rockton Community Bank

FNBT provides financial solutions for Rockton area residents and businesses.

  • Full Service Bank
  • Deposit Taking
  • Drive-Up
  • ATM 
  • ATMs do not accept deposits

Family Owned, Local Bank Services Offered in Rockton

Mortgage and Home Loan Options in Rockton

We live and work in Rockton and we're here to help you find the home loan options to make your dreams come true.

FNBT is Committed to the Rockton, IL Community

First National Bank and Trust  has a long history of giving back to the communities we serve - including Rockton, IL. As we see it, being involved is more than doing something nice for our neighbors. It's our responsibility to help our community grow by supporting the economic well-being and quality of life for everybody. 


Upcoming Events and Community Sponsorships

May 11

Free Community Shred Event at Rockton Branch | 300 East Main St, Rockton, IL 61072 from 9:00 AM till 12:00 PM

Paper Recovery will be on hand to ensure secure destruction of paper documents containing personal information. 

The bank recommends shredding receipts, bank statements, and unused credit card offers as Sound Advice to prevent identity fraud. This free service will be limited to six boxes of shred per person to allow all community members a chance to have their personal documents shred.


October 24

Free Coin Appraisal at Rockton Branch | 300 East Main Street, Rockton, IL 61072 from 10:00 AM till 3:00 PM

Ron Beckstrom of Golden Rule Coins will be on-site to tell bank visitors what their old and valuable currency is worth and make offers to purchase some of the appraised currency. This free service is open to all community members.