Registration for this event will close on September 13, 2023 @ 1:00pm.
There are 6 seats remaining.
BCPL offers free notary public services. You must make an appointment. We will not accept walk-ins, but we will accept same-day appointments. If you see an opening on the calendar, but cannot sign up, please call us.
Your appointment will not be a guarantee that your documents can be notarized.
You can be under the age of 18, but you must have the correct witnesses and ID.
Please take note of the following:
- Notary service is limited and is not available for power of attorney, mortgage documents, deeds, wills, living wills, living trusts, divorce, codicils, depositions, vital records, immigration, or I-9 and financial documents.
- The notary cannot perform oaths of office.
- Notaries cannot certify the authenticity of a document, or provide legal advice or counseling regarding documents.
- If you are notarizing a document without pre-printed notarial wording, such as a personal letter, you must know what type of notarization is needed. The notary public cannot help you make this decision or make this decision for you. If you do not know this information and cannot find out, the document cannot be notarized. If you can provide this information, the notary public will print and fill out the additional document.
- The notary reserves the right to refuse service at their discretion.
You can have up to 3 documents notarized.
Please bring the following to your appointment:
- The entire document you need notarized. These must be filled out before you get to the notary, but should not be signed.
- A current, government-issued photo ID that has been signed. Acceptable forms of ID- driver’s license, non-driver’s license, passport, military ID. ID cannot be expired.
- Any witnesses, if you need them. They must also have a current, government-issued photo ID.