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West Gate Bank: Our Interest is You

For over 50 years, West Gate Bank has served thousands of Nebraskans. Founded in 1968, we’ve since expanded to provide exceptional hometown banking in 10 locations and counting. As a family-owned institution, integrity, strength, and trust are the attributes we live by. The difference is in our personal care and commitment to the customer. When we say, ‘Our interest is you,’ we mean it wholeheartedly.

We’re here for you through all of life’s twists and turns. We satisfy many needs, including lending, personal banking, mortgage loans, and a broad suite of business banking solutions. While we grow, we are holding firm to the small-town values that connect us to the communities we care for. We aim to be a trusted partner and valued resource our customers can have confidence in. When questions arise, our financial expertise will help to support you and your interests. After all, West Gate Bank exists to empower our customers to make sound financial decisions and achieve their goals.

We are more than a bank. We’re a family who shares the same values, one of which is to create an environment of teamwork and respect, to meet the needs of our customers and each other. We foster a company culture of support and learning, contributing to our success as a highly respected community bank.

We believe in leaving things better than we find them. That’s why we make a point to give back to the areas we plant ourselves in. We are 100% invested in making our community better. By donating and fundraising for local causes in Omaha and the surrounding areas, we’re able to return the love and support we’ve graciously received from others. 

The West Gate Bank experience is constantly evolving to meet the needs of our customers, and now our services are expanding. Our commitment to better banking continues to grow as we eagerly await the opening of our newest Omaha location at 177th and Maple in the summer of 2022. We hope to partner with you in the coming year and invite you to learn more at

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