A Notary Public applicant must meet the following eligibility requirements for an appointment:
To access the application, process and instructions, visit the PA Notaries website. To be sworn in as a Notary Public, you must bring your bond and photo identification to the Recorder of Deeds office.
Effective Tuesday, February 21st, 2023, notaries public will no longer be required to sign their signature card in the Prothonotary’s office. The signature card will now be signed at the Recorder of Deeds office, while their bond and oath are being recorded.
For more information, please call the Recorder of Deeds office, contact your local State Senator, or go to the PA Department of State.
Dan McPhillips invites you to his Town Hall-Esque Meeting - Notary Edition (TBD)
This will be an informal gathering to discuss and ask questions about Act 154 of the Notary Public statue.
This is also the perfect opportunity to renew your notary bond if needed.