Contact Us

The best way to find contact info for the closest branch is on our contact page.

Secure Messages

E-mail is not necessarily secure against interception. If you need to send a secure message, please use our Secure Contact Form instead.


RNB/Front Range State Bank, previously The Rawlins National Bank, was chartered on January 2nd, 1899.

Since that day, the bank has grown in south central Wyoming to include the towns of Rawlins, Saratoga and Hanna. From there, with an eye to the future, RNB/Front Range expanded into the diversified markets of the Colorado front range, with a full-service branch in Longmont, CO and loan production offices in Lakewood and Winter Park, Colorado.

Our vision remains the same…. we endeavor to provide our customers with modern financial products and tools, combined with top-notch service. That forward looking attitude has never left us, and on July 1 st , 2019, 120 years later, The Rawlins National Bank changed to a state charter and changed its’ name to RNB State Bank. Our full-service branch in Longmont, CO operates as Front Range State Bank.

Our diverse market area has allowed us to take advantage of the many different opportunities which arise over our geographic footprint. From Wyoming ranches to urban Colorado real estate; car loans to small business lending, our experienced staff can tailor any loan to meet your needs.

We have a solid history of adapting to the constantly changing banking industry, seeking out new opportunities and new markets in which to provide our customers the financial tools they need for today’s more complex world. Our smaller size and knowledgeable staff allow us to be flexible and creative in finding the best way to serve you. We are looking forward to our future and invite you to come along with us!

This link leads to the machine-readable files that are made available in response to the federal Transparency in Coverage Rule and includes negotiated service rates and out-of-network allowed amounts
between health plans and healthcare providers. The machine readable files are formatted to allow researchers, regulators, and application developers to more easily access and analyze data.