HERITAGE BANK has 55 active routing numbers.
Routing numbers consist of a nine-digit numeric code printed on the bottom of checks that is required for electronic routing of funds (such as direct deposits, domestic and international wire transfers, electronic payments, automatic payments, ACH transfers) from one bank account to another.
The easiest way to find your routing number is to look at your bank checks.
It's easy to find the bank's ABA routing number and your account number as shown in the example check image below. The image is only for reference purposes.
Search all HERITAGE BANK routing numbers in the table below.
Use the "Search" box to filter by city, state, address, routing number. Click on the routing number link in the table below to navigate to it and see all the information about it (address, telephone number, zip code, etc.).
The routing / transit number can also be identified from the translation table below. Select / Identify the routing number associated with the region where the account was initially opened.