1st Security Bank has installed a standalone drive-up ATM at 8215 Highway 104, Kingston, between the new Verizon store and Rite Aid. (Contributed photo)

1st Security Bank installs standalone drive-up ATM at Highway 104 and Miller Bay Road

KINGSTON — 1st Security Bank has installed a standalone drive-up ATM at 8215 Highway 104, Kingston, between the new Verizon store and Rite Aid.

The ATM accepts deposits and is in the Money Pass network, which is fee-free for all wit accounts at banks in the network. On a date to be determined, bank staff members will hand out $5 Starbucks gift cards to encourage residents to use the ATM when they need cash. Stay tuned.

Poulsbo branch manager Scott Snively said the location is very convenient — on the corner of 104 and Miller Bay Road, at the crossroad to the Kingston ferry landing, Hansville, Suquamish and Poulsbo.

1st Security Bank has one branch in Kitsap (there are branches in Port Angeles, Port Hadlock, Port Townsend and Sequim, and six branches on the Seattle side of the water).

The Kingston ATM is 1st Security Bank’s first; the ATM is also one of 24,000 that are part of the Money Pass network. (Go to www.moneypass.com or download the Money Pass app to find locations of Money Pass ATMs).

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