New Mexico Banks: List of Banks Headquartered in New Mexico


Note: There might be other banks in New Mexico, this page contains only banks which their headquarters or main offices are based in New Mexico.

Bank (Login Tutorial) Phone Number Routing Number Year Founded
BANK 34 888-702-5266 312270324 1934
Centinel Bank of Taos 575-758-6700 107001261 1969
Citizens Bank of Las Cruces 575-647-4100 112201289 1970
First American Bank (New Mexico) 800-289-6140 112200439 1903
Lea County State Bank 575-397-4511 112201836 1928
Los Alamos National Bank 505-662-5171 107001012 1963
My Bank 505-864-3301 107006253 1972
Pioneer Bank 800-624-5200 312270463 1901
Southwest Capital Bank 505-243-1890 107000372 1890
Western Commerce Bank (575) 887-6686 112201085 1961

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About New Mexico...

The location of the first atomic bomb explosion took place in the state of New Mexico. It occurred on the White Sands Missile Range that had been created to test all of the latest rockets as they came out.

The white sands are actually not made out of sand as the name suggests but white gypsum crystals.

The New Mexico skyline is a popular destination for the visitors of the world’s largest hot air balloon festival.

Getting wet could be an issue in the state of New Mexico as only .002% of the state’s total surface is taken up by rivers and lakes. However, one-quarter of the state’s surface is taken up by forest.

Information about New Mexico

State Abbreviation NM
Statehood January 6, 1912
State Capital Santa Fe
Number of Counties 33
State Population 2,085,109
State Population Density 17.2 (People / Square mile)
State Motto Crescit eundo (It grows as it goes)
State Flower Yucca
State Tree Pinon pine
State Bird Roadrunner
State Nickname Land of Enchantment
State Area Codes 505, 575, 957

Quick Facts

  • The state of New Mexico shares one of its borders internationally with Mexico.
  • One out of three families speak Spanish at home in New Mexico.
  • New Mexico is home to more than 14 million acres of Navajo reservations.
  • As one of the four corner states, New Mexico is a stopping spot for many tourists that wish to be in four states at one time.
New Mexico Flag State Flag
New Mexico Map State Map

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