First Citizens National Bank is closing its Franklin branch on Murfreesboro Road near Royal Oaks.
The branch will merge with the branch in Cool Springs, according to a spokesperson for the bank.
"For over 13 years, we have served customers at this location," reads a letter sent to customers of the branch. "During this time, increased traffic in the area has made this location less convenient for our customers. With careful consideration of this concern, we have made the decision to consolidate this branch with our Cool Springs office, which offers improved accessibility."
The branch will close on July 16, but an ATM will remain at the location.
The branch was one of 26 in the First Citizens National Bank corporation, which is headquartered in Dyersburg, Tenn., where it began in 1889.
It also follows the opening of a new branch in Nolensville in 2019.
This story has been corrected to reflect more accurate information about the closing of the First Citizens National Bank in Franklin.