First Central State Bank is located in the town of DeWitt, located in Clinton County, Iowa approximately 20 miles north of the Quad Cities.
Community spirit, well kept properties, and friendly citizens make DeWitt the quintessential Midwest hometown.
Local attractions include the German Hausbarn Museum displaying German artifacts, 8 parks and recreational facilities including a modern aquatic center and Forest Park with 1.7 acres of natural prairie and wildflowers. DeWitt is also home to Car-Freshner Corporation maker of the iconic pine tree air fresher. The area has a progressive economic climate, vibrant church and non-profit organizations, and a strong local school system. First Central also serves neighbors in the towns of Grand Mound, Welton, and Low Moor in addition to those listed below.
Long Grove is approximately 3 miles north of Eldridge, and 7 miles north of the Quad Cities. It is ideally located between DeWitt and Davenport. Long Grove is a part of the North Scott School District, with the school's administrative facility located in Eldridge.
In November, 1991 First Central opened a Loan Production Office in Eldridge, Iowa and in May, 1992, made application to open a full service office in Long Grove, Iowa. The facility was opened for business in February 1993.
LeClaire, Iowa, a Midwestern historic town located where Interstate 80 crosses the Mississippi River. As the birthplace of Buffalo Bill and known as "the town where the river pilots lived," the city's heritage is fascinating and varied. With its outstanding educational and historical facilities and through community involvement, LeClaire continues to nurture the intellectual and spiritual growth of its citizens and visitors.
Today LeClaire is experiencing a rebirth in development, due to their location, excellent schools, churches, civic organizations, attractions and events. For example thousands visit their annual Tug Fest, the ultimate tug of war across the Mississippi.
Located just minutes from the Quad Cities in Northern Scott County, Eldridge offers the best of both worlds with small town living and big city conveniences just a short drive away. Eldridge is a friendly, quiet community with many local activities going on year round and exceptional recreational opportunities with the close proximity of Scott County Park. Camping, swimming and two golf courses are all just around the corner. The Eldridge-North Scott Chamber along with other community groups brings many unique and interesting activities and events to the community. Eldridge is lucky to be home to the award winning North Scott Community School District which is a recognized leader in educational excellence with 3000 students taught in five elementary schools, a junior high and high school.