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Follow the timeline below to see our growth over the years.

A Bank's Journey

Travel along the memory lanes and milestones of Tri Counties Bank’s growth over time.

Time Line

Our First Branch

The first branch was a mobile facility which opened on March 11, 1975 at the current Chico Pillsbury branch site. During the following 4 decades, we opened traditional and in-store branches in 23 counties, from the Oregon Border to Bakersfield.

1975

Robert H. Stevenson is President/CEO

Mr. Stevenson served as President & CEO of Tri Counties Bank from 1975-1999. He passed away in 2011.

1975

Assets Growth

1975

New branch: Chico Park Plaza

The Chico Park Plaza branch opens, which included Headquarters and the Data Center. We also got our first computer!

1980

First Acquisition:
Shasta County Bank

Tri Counties Bank expands to Redding Downtown, Burney, Cottonwood, Palo Cedro and Fall River Mills

1981

TriCo Bancshares is Incorporated

TriCo Bancshares, a holding company with the Bank as its sole subsidiary, was formed.

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Assets Growth

1985

First ATM and Debit Card

1987

New Branches

In the 1990's new branches opened in Yuba City, Bakersfield, Sacramento Arden Fair, Beale Air Force Base and Visalia.

1980

First In-Store Branches

Our first in-store branches opened in Red Bluff, Yuba City, Redding, Chico, and Grass Valley.

1994

1994 County National Bank Merger, 1996 Sutter Buttes Savings Bank Merger

Redding Hilltop and Marysville branches acquired

1994

Assets Growth

1995

Online Banking and Call Center Established

1997

New Headquarters Building Opens

Our new headquarters building opens at 63 Constitution Dr in Chico.

1998

Rick Smith Becomes President/CEO

1999

17 New Branches

Modesto, Paradise, Oroville, Brentwood, North Natomas, Fresno, Chico/Esplanade, Turlock, Woodland, Lincoln, Roseville/Pleasant Grove, Yuba City/Marketplace, Folsom/Empire Ranch, Antelope, Anderson, Elk Grove

2003

Assets Growth

2005

More Branches Open

New branches open in Bakersfield, Redding and Colusa

2010

Assets Growth

2011

New Campus Location Opens

Located at the Chico Airport complex, our new Campus location, which houses information technology, operations, call center and training departments, opened.

2012

North Valley Bank Acquisition

With the acquisition of North Valley Bank, Tri Counties Bank reaches $3.9 billion in assets and over 1,000 employees. Added retail branches in Redding, Shasta City, Weaverville, Crescent City, Eureka, Santa Rosa, Ferndale, McKinleyville, Willits, and Hayfork.

2014

40th Anniversary

40 Years of Service 1975-2015

The bank commemorated its 40th anniversary with year round customer, employee and shareholder celebrations.

2015

Now serving communities from the Oregon border to Bakersfield

Tri Counties Bank ended the year 2016 with total assets of $4.5 billion.

2016

Assets Growth

2017

Roseville Corporate Center Opens

Roseville Corporate Center serves as Tri Counties Bank's new regional headquarters.

2017

Tri Counties Bank celebrates 25 years of being listed on Nasdaq.

Tri Counties Bank executives ring Nasdaq bell to start the trading day.

2018

First National Bank of Northern California Acquisition

2018: 1,200 number of employees. $6.3 billion total assets.

Tri Counties Bank enters the Bay Area market with this acquisition, creating Northern California's largest community bank network with assets of over $6 billion.

2018

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