What Is My KeyBank Routing Number?

Jaron Pak
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If you’re a member of KeyBank, your routing number is one of the following:

Alaska For wires transfers, ACH payments, and ordering checks: 125200879
Colorado For wires transfers, ACH payments, and ordering checks: 307070267
Connecticut For wire transfers and ACH payments: 021300077

For ordering checks: 222370440

Florida For wires transfers, ACH payments, and ordering checks: 041001039
Idaho For wires transfers, ACH payments, and ordering checks: 124101555
Indiana For wires transfers, ACH payments, and ordering checks: 041001039
Maine For wires transfers, ACH payments, and ordering checks: 011200608
Massachusetts For wire transfers and ACH payments: 021300077

For ordering checks: 222370440

Michigan For wires transfers, ACH payments, and ordering checks: 041001039
New York For wire transfers and ACH payments: 021300077

For ordering checks: (Refer to your check or online banking portal)

Ohio For wire transfers and ACH payments: 041001039

For ordering checks: (Refer to your check or online banking portal)

Oregon For wires transfers, ACH payments, and ordering checks: 123002011
Pennsylvania For wire transfers and ACH payments: 021300077

For ordering checks: 222370440

Utah For wires transfers, ACH payments, and ordering checks: 124000737
Vermont For wires transfers, ACH payments, and ordering checks: 211672531
Washington For wires transfers, ACH payments, and ordering checks: 125000574

You should always use the routing number from the state where you originally opened the bank account.

What Is a Routing Number?

Routing numbers are also called:

A routing number is typically required for many different transactions including:

While personal account numbers — such as your checkings, savings, and even your credit card numbers — refer to your personal assets, a routing number helps to identify what bank is initiating or receiving funds in a particular transaction.

Where Can You Find Your KeyBank Routing Number?

A graphic showing the location of the routing, account, and check number on a check.

You can find your KeyBank routing number on the lower left-hand side of the front of your KeyBank checks. It’s the nine-digit number all the way to the left and should be followed by an account and check number.

You can also find your routing number by logging into your online banking account or by looking it up on the KeyBank website.


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