Berkshire Bank Address
99 North Street
Pittsfield, MA 01201
Berkshire Bank Phone Number
Berkshire Bank Web Address

Berkshire Bank of Massachusetts - Routing Number

11910697 The routing number for Berkshire Bank in Massachusetts is used on Berkshire Bank checks and for direct deposits and wire transfers.
Bank Name: Berkshire Bank & Trust Company
Chartered By: STATE
FDIC Certificate: #11801
Return On Assets: 0.00%
Return On Equity: 0.00%
Established: 1895-03-29
Data Updated: 1992-08-20
FDIC Insured: Yes, since 1934-01-01
Insured Savings Institution: No
Insured Commercial Bank: Yes

Berkshire Bank is a commercial bank located in Massachusetts, and has 12 branches and offices. Berkshire Bank is classified as a commercial bank with a state charter supervised by the FDIC, but not a member of the Federal Reserve.

Berkshire Bank holds a total of $223,519 in assets, of which $207,077 are deposits in the savings and checking accounts offered by the bank.

How to use the Berkshire Bank Routing Number

Routing number on sample check

Berkshire Bank's routing number is the eight or nine-digit number found on the bottom left hand side of Berkshire Bank checks, next to your checking account number and check number.

In the sample check on the left, the routing number is circled in red. Your checks may have a slightly different layout.

Your routing number is used like a bank's address, to ensure that financial transactions (like checks and direct deposits) get sent to the correct banking institution. You will need to know the Berkshire Bank Routing Number when setting up direct deposit with your employer, receiving direct-deposit benefits or tax refunds from the U.S. Government, or requesting a direct bank wire payment to your bank account.

Unlike your Berkshire Bank Bank Account Number, the Berkshire Bank Routing Number is the same for all Berkshire Bank accounts. If you have both your checking and savings accounts with Berkshire Bank, for example, they will both use the same routing number, 11910697.