last updated: April 1, 2021

Latest update on PPP Loans

As of 5 PM ET on March 15th, we will no longer be accepting new Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) Round 3 Loan Origination Loan Applications. If you plan to apply for PPP funds or have yet to be approved due to outstanding application issues, please submit all required documentation by this deadline.  If you have questions about the application process, we ask that you contact your personal banker immediately.


Here are a few things you need to know about this latest round of PPP funding:

  • Thank you for your interest in a PPP loan. Currently, we are focused on completing all prior applications in process as we near the deadline for final PPP submissions. If you are still interested in submitting a PPP loan application, we advise you to contact your personal Valley Banker for assistance. Find a branch

  • Did you get a previous PPP loan through another Financial Institution: If so, we strongly encourage you to use the same financial institution you used for your first PPP loan.  Doing so should greatly reduce the burden on you for application purposes.


If you have any questions or concerns about your PPP application, please contact your personal banker. To find your local banker, click here.




  • What do I need to do?


    Please note: We will no longer being accepting applications via our online portal. 


  • How can I prepare?

    To apply for a Second Draw PPP loan with Valley, you will need to provide information and upload certain documents to help substantiate information about your business and your loan request. To learn more about what documents you will need to submit, visit our FAQ page here.

PPP 2nd Draw Pre-Application Checklist
SBA Paycheck Protection Program

PPP 2nd Draw Pre-Application Checklist

Use these tips to prepare for your PPP loan application.

PPP Forgiveness
SBA Paycheck Protection Program Loan Forgiveness Information

PPP Forgiveness

We are committed to keeping you updated with the latest news and resources from the SBA on PPP Loan Forgiveness. Click below to learn more.