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Routing Numbers (FedACH Participant Banks)

Find Routing numbers for all FedACH Participant banks and Institutes across US.Select a State,city and Bankname from below list to get Routing Number information for the Branches of that Bank.

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List of all Cities in South-Dakota State. Please select city to find Banks / Financial Institutes and their Bank Routing Numbers.
ABERDEEN   AGENCY VILLAGE   ALCESTER   ALEXANDRIA   
ARLINGTON   ARMOUR   AVON   BELLE FOURCHE   
BERESFORD   BLUNT   BONESTEEL   BOWDLE   
BOX ELDER   BRITTON   BROOKINGS   BRUCE   
BRYANT   BURKE   CANOVA   CANTON   
CASTLEWOOD   CHANCELLOR   CLEAR LAKE   COLOME   
DEADWOOD   DUPREE   EAGLE BUTTE   ELKTON   
EMERY   ESTELLINE   EUREKA   FAITH   
FREDERICK   FREEMAN   FT PIERRE   GAYVILLE   
GREGORY   GROTON   HERREID   HOSMER   
HOWARD   HURON   IPSWICH   ISABEL   
KYLE   LAKE ANDES   LEMMON   LENNOX   
LEOLA   LETCHER   MADISON   MARION   
MENNO   MILLER   MITCHELL   MONTROSE   
MOUNT VERNON   MURDO   OLDHAM   ONIDA   
PARKSTON   PHILIP   PICKSTOWN   PIERPONT   
PIERRE   PLANKINTON   PLATTE   POLLOCK   
PRESHO   RAMONA   RAPID CITY   REDFIELD   
ROSCOE   SCOTLAND   SIOUX FALLS   SISSETON   
SPEARFISH   SPENCER   STICKNEY   STURGIS   
SUMMIT   TIMBER LAKE   TURTON   TYNDALL   
VERMILLION   VOLGA   WAGNER   WARNER   
WATERTOWN   WESSINGTON SPRINGS   WILMOT   WINNER   
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What is the Routing Number?

Bank routing number is a nine-digit number used to identify a financial institution's trading. The most common type of transaction is ACH and wire transfers. Some banks and credit unions may have many different uses, geographic or branch of service routing number. Routing number printed on the bottom of the check. They can also be found online banking websites of financial institutions.

Where to find a Routing Number?

9 routing number printed on the check. Set 9 digit routing number assigned to your bank electronic transfer. Next set of figures show the actual bank account number. See sample checks to help you find your bank routing number.

Routing Number Format

Routing number is 9 digit number consist of four components. AA BB CCCC D

AA:First 2 digits indicates type of Financial Institution
BB: Indicates Federal Reserve Bank district branch
CCCC: Institution where the checking account is held
D: Last digit indicates single check digit