Community Banks of Colorado offers flexible solutions to help your specialty business or practice succeed when you need it most. Whatever your needs may be, we will work with you to discover the loan solution that best meets your needs. Our bankers pride themselves in becoming experts in your line of business, and we want to show you the difference common sense banking can make.
We offer a suite of programs aimed at providing a team of experienced professionals with personalized service and the resources you need to purchase, grow and refinance your practice.
Because no two businesses are alike, we offer a range of competitive solutions to meet your firm’s unique needs.
Homeowners & Community Associations
We work with property managers and association boards to customize our suite of solutions to meet the needs of your community or association.
Farm & Agricultural Loans
Whether you’re looking to expand, breed livestock or purchase new or used farm vehicles, tractors and equipment, we have a loan solution with great rates and terms just for you.
Youth Sports & Nonprofits
Supporting the arts, education, civic involvement and youth sports activities.
Funeral Homes & Cemetery
We’re compassionate about helping design tailored solutions to fit your business’ needs.
Tricia Maxon is the Director of Small Business Banking. Ms. Maxon has been with Community Banks of Colorado since 2006. She has lived in Telluride since 1991, with a Colorado background that includes seven years as Senior Lender at First National Bank of Telluride (now Alpine Bank), and seven years as President of The Bank of Telluride, a WestStar Bank (now US Bank) with additional responsibilities for the Aspen, Norwood and Montrose markets.
Ms. Maxon began her banking career in New York City. From 1985 – 1988 Ms. Maxon was an officer in the Commercial Real Estate group at Marine Midland Bank in Manhattan. She was a Vice President in the Real Estate Finance Group of Chase Manhattan Bank from 1988-1991.
Ms. Maxon holds a BA from Trinity College in Connecticut, with a double major in Economics and Spanish. She also holds an MBA in Finance from Fordham University. Ms. Maxon is very involved in the Telluride community. She is a Board member of The Telluride Foundation, has served on the Board of the Telluride Montrose Regional Air Organization, the Board of Telluride Visitors Services, and is the former President of the Telluride Regional Chamber of Commerce.