Please Note: Notary service is unavailable at this time
For your convenience, your Library offers notary service at scheduled times. You might have to wait until staff is available. Please make an appointment to ensure staff is present and to avoid a long wait. The service is free but a donation to the library would be appreciated.
You must have valid (not expired) photo identification and proof of address (if current address is not on photo ID). The document to be notarized must be signed in the presence of the notary – do not sign the document before coming to the Library. If your document requires witnesses, please bring witnesses with you. Library staff will not act as witnesses.
Please note: We are not attorneys licensed to practice law in this state. We are not allowed to draft legal records, give advice on legal matters, including immigration, or charge a fee for those activities. We can only notarize documents written in English. We cannot notarize real estate documents, mortgages, depositions, wills, or documents requiring verification of facts, or certify a “true copy” of a public record or document. Documents may not be hand written, and must already contain a notary certificate with a location for the notary to stamp.