No waiting for the mail anymore! Why? Because RiverHills Bank offers eStatements—the safe, convenient, easy, fast and free way to receive your monthly account statements.

eStatements is an electronic version of your bank statement emailed directly to your computer each statement period. The electronic statement contains all of the same information as a traditional paper-based statement, including images (if applicable) of your checks and deposit tickets.

In order to access your monthly eStatement, you must be a RiverHills Bank Online Banking customer. RiverHills Online Banking is FREE to RiverHills checking or savings account holders. All you have to do is sign up. Stop by any RiverHills Bank office and we’ll get you started.

Once you’re a RiverHills Online Banking customer, you may sign up to receive RiverHills Bank eStatements online, or by visiting any of the RiverHills Bank offices. Beyond more convenience and less clutter, signing up for eStatements reduces your monthly fee for RiverHills Checking or RiverHills Interest Checking by $1.00, should you not meet the criteria to eliminate the monthly account fee. See the Personal Checking Accounts page for specifics.

sign up for RiverHills Bank’s eStatements

As an eStatements customer, you will be prompted by a monthly email containing a link, and you will use your RiverHills Bank Online Banking user name and password to securely log in to Online Banking and retrieve your monthly eStatement. If you currently receive multiple accounts on the same statement, they will also be combined on your eStatement.

If you have any questions about RiverHills Online Banking or RiverHills Bank eStatements, please contact us via email at

Security Alert: Information sent by email is not secure and could be intercepted and read by others. Use caution when contacting us by email and include only information you would feel comfortable with anyone reading. Do not include account numbers or other confidential information in correspondence.

Please note: If you sign up for eStatements, you will no longer receive a paper statement by mail.