TD Bank spokespeople say the company will taper its county footprint by closing branches in Adams and Dalton in November.
In correspondence with New England Newspapers on Friday, company spokeswoman Lauren Moyer called the development a "consolidation" and a "difficult decision."
She pointed to nearby TD Bank locations customers could switch to in both cases - Adams customers have another bank five miles away at 90 Main St. in North Adams and Dalton customers may use the 660 Merrill Rd. bank in Pittsfield.
"Customers will continue to do their banking, just as they do today, but at a different location with features that provide a more consistent experience," Moyer wrote in an email.
She added, "All can also continue to access [the bank's] enhanced online, mobile and ATM channels."
According to Moyer, each store employs between five and 10. Her response to questions about the future of their employment offered no guarantees.
"Employees impacted by this decision will have the opportunity to be considered for other positions throughout the bank and future openings that become available between now and the store's closing," she wrote. "We expect to help many employees find jobs."
As for the buildings these branches presently occupy, Moyer said "a decision has not been made on the future of these sites" in a phone interview Friday.