Several bank branches will be closing in New Jersey.

It was announced back in 2022 that Lakeland and Provident Banks would merge and now due to what they're calling an "overlap," 22 bank branches will close toward the end of the summer, according to NorthJersey.com.

A careful and thorough review of our combined branch network was undertaken, and we have decided to close either a Provident branch or a Lakeland branch in cases where a single location can serve all of our customers,” the website states.

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The good news is the bank branches that are closing are within 3 miles of another branch so you won't have to travel too far.

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NorthJersey.com provided a list of the 22 bank branches closing in New Jersey.

The 22 Bank Branches Closing in New Jersey: Is Yours?

1.) 100 Route 206, Augusta

2.) 1260 Broad St., Bloomfield

3.) 11 Ackerman Ave., Clifton

4.) 2650 Route 130 and Dey Road, Cranbury

5.) 55 Broadway, Denville

6.) 180 Main St., Fort Lee

7.) 399 Route 23, Franklin

8.) 3441 Route 9, Freehold

9.) 25 Main St., Hackensack

10.) 140 Mercer St., Hightstown

11.) 450 Route 206, Hillsborough

12.) 265 Main St., Madison

13.) 106 E. Main St., Mendham

14.) 151 South St., Morristown

15.) 15 Trinity St., Newton

16.) 145 Fayette St., Perth Amboy

17.) 2000 Windrow Drive, Princeton

18.) 33 Main St., Sparta

19.) 464 Cedar Lane, Teaneck

20.) 7 Church St., Vernon

21.) 455 Route 123, Wantage

22.) 345 Franklin Ave., Wyckoff

The merging of the two banks will create what's being called a "super community bank" in New Jersey and "will operate under the banner of Provident Bank, " according to the article.

You still have a few months before the big change. Bank consolidations are expected to begin on Aug. 29th.

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