• Hello San Francisco

    We're Umpqua, a full-service community bank born in Oregon with over 400 locations across the West Coast. We currently serve Noe Valley and the Financial District, where last year we opened our flagship store, shown here.

    Hello San Francisco
  • Community Space

    Need a place to gather? Our stores offer free meeting and event space, including private rooms. So grab a cup of Umpqua Blend coffee, connect to our wifi network, and let us know if there's anything else we can do for you.

    Community Space
  • Local Spotlight

    We devote space in our stores to showcase local businesses and thought leaders. Know someone who deserves to be in the spotlight? Let us know!

    Local Spotlight
  • Concierge Banking

    In addition to helping you with all your banking needs, Umpqua associates love to solve non-banking problems. Looking for a good lunch spot, gift idea, certified public accountant? Give us a shot.

    Concierge Banking
  • Financial Expertise

    Our SF team includes experts across personal banking, home lending, commercial lending, and wealth management. How can we help you?

    Financial Expertise

YES! I support bringing Umpqua Bank stores to San Francisco!

P.S. I also support Umpqua sharing my support with city officials!

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Kimberly Wicoff of the San Francisco Education Fund

Join expert Kimberly Wicoff for a conversation about the intersections between investing in public education and boosting the San Francisco economy. Kimberly is Executive Director of the San Francisco Education Fund, an organization devoted to equipping our next generation of problem solvers and business builders with the skills to succeed. In her talk, Kimberly uncovers the connections between public school students and the private sector to discover new avenues for sustainable economic growth.

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being a community bank

So what does it mean to be a "community" bank? Associates across the bank share their thoughts on life at Umpqua.

Umpqua was born 60 years ago in a small town in Southern Oregon. This short film is a tribute to the community that created us.

I grant Umpqua Bank to use my story in any and all of its publications without payment or other consideration. I understand and agree that I have submitted my story voluntarily and it will become the property of Umpqua Bank and will not be returned.

I irrevocably authorize Umpqua Bank to edit, alter, copy, exhibit, publish, distribute or not use my story for the purpose of creating an art installation in Umpqua Bank’s new Potrero Hill store.