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 Brulotte Farms, Inc 

Laura Terrazas and Reggie Brulotte.

"Central Valley Bank has been our banking partner through the good times and the bad, for over 30 years. They are truly committed to helping farmers succeed. Working with the friendly knowledgeable staff is a pleasure."  



 Yakima Greenway Foundation 

Tami Ramirez with Al Brown

"Tami helped us find just the right banking services to meet the needs of our unique organization."  
Al Brown

The Yakima Greenway boasts ten miles of paved pathway, three parks, two fishing lakes, and four river access landings along with protected and natural areas. Greenway facilities are free and open to the public year 'round, dawn to dusk. The Greenway is the perfect place for walking, bird watching, fishing, running, biking, skating, picnicking, and enjoying healthy outdoor activities in solitude or with friends and family. It is wheelchair accessible, with fishing piers designed for the disabled at Rotary Lake.


 Belsaas & Smith

Grant Clark with Brandon Drexler, Bryan Nelson and Russ Belsaas

"Having Grant as our banking representative is like having our own personal in-house banker. Any and all issues or questions are addressed immediately. What could be better!"
Russ Belsaas and Brandon Drexler

Belsaas & Smith Construction, Inc was first licensed and bonded in 1960 by local entrepreneurs and craftsman Robert Belsaas and Jack Smith where they began to flourish as building contractors. As years passed they were able to grow the company by hard work and reputation for quality. Among their capable employees were their sons, Russ Belsaas and John Smith whom later acquired the shares in the business in 1980. In 2008, Brandon Drexler and Bryan Nelson came aboard acquiring the shares of John Smith and have continued to strive for excellence in quality and service with each and every project.

Throughout the years, the company was able to grow taking on new challenges and changing with the times. They evolved from focusing only on local residential housing to multi-million dollar contracts throughout the state constructing homes, commercial buildings, medical facilities, environmental enhancement projects, fishery projects, streets, roads & bridges, and all aspects of underground construction.


 Ellensburg Dairy Queen

Grant Clark with Joe Morrow

"It is nice to work with a local bank that understands my business needs."
Joe Morrow

With two locations in Ellensburg, Dairy Queen is not just the place to get your daily ice cream treats, but has an excellent food menu as well. We pride ourselves on providing good food and treats at a reasonable price. For clean facilities and a pleasant atmosphere, eat at the Ellensburg Dairy Queens.


R & R Auto Body

Grant Clark with Tom Morris

"The employees of Central Valley Bank provide the friendly personal service that we expect from a community bank."
Tom Morris

Family owned and operated R&R Auto Body has been serving customers in the Kittitas County for over 20 years. Through the years, R&R has built a reputation for quality and superior customer service that is second to none. R&R specializes in auto body collision repair as well as suspension and frame repair. Please visit our website for more information.


Pat and Linda Clerf

Grant Clark with Linda, Whitney, Nick and Pat Clerf

"We like doing business with a local bank where decisions are made locally.  Grant knows our industry and takes the time to listen to our needs."
Pat and Linda Clerf

We operate a diversified family farm, raising hay, sweet corn, grains, cattle & pigs. Central Valley Bank has an excellent understanding of what is required to make a diverse farm work.


 Sun River Berries, LLC

Laura Terrazas with Greg Berndt

 "Central Valley Bank is a great business partner. As the business has grown, the bank's support has grown as well by providing both the right financial tools and a keen insight to help navigate a challenging business environment."
Greg Berndt

Owned and operated by Greg Berndt, Sun River Berries is the first organic raspberry farm in the Yakima Valley. The idea came to Greg when he saw Chileans grow raspberries on property that looked like that of the Yakima Valley. Four years of trial and error have paid off with the 46 acres producing some of the world's sweetest raspberries.

Serving the Yakima and Kittitas Counties of Washington since 1962