The library has changed its protocol for Notary Public services because of COVID-19.
Appointments are available and listed on our calendar website. Appointments must be made ahead of time via the calendar.
The purpose of a Notary Public is to act as an impartial witness as he or she certifies signatures. All signers must be present and provide photo identification. Documents must be signed in the presence of the Notary. A Notary cannot give advice or instruction regarding documents to be notarized and will not be involved in any transaction that the Notary believes to be false, deceptive or fraudulent.
Have the following ready for your appointment:
- Valid form of identification (must include photo and signature) Identification must be current and not expired.
a. Driver’s License
c. Sheriff’s ID with photo and signature
2. Document that needs to be notarized.
a. Please fill out all necessary information (other than the signature and notary section) prior to your appointment.
3. We are unable to notarize wills and I-9's.
4. If your document requires witnesses, please make sure to bring them with you. The library notary and staff cannot witness for you.