Notary Public Information

Notary Public Services
Notary services are available at the Town Clerk's Office.  Picture identification is required, and you must sign the document to be notarized in front of the Notary Public.  The Town Clerk's Office does not notarize wills or living wills

Notary Public Certificates

Notary Public commissions are issued by the Secretary of State's Office.  Applications are available in the Town Clerk's Office or on the Secretary of State's website.  Before performing any notarial acts, all notary publics, whether new or renewal appointments, must take an oath of office and file their Notary Certificate with the Town Clerk in the town in which they reside.  The Town Clerk is authorized to administer the oath of office.  See the Secretary of the State for more information.

The fee for filing an original Notary Certificate is $10.00

Additional Fees:
Renewal commission
$ 10.00
Change of name only
Change of name and address
Change of address to new Town(no name change)
Change of address within Town (no name change) 
Authenticating the signature of a notary
Secretary of the State


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