Become a Notary

Complete the following steps to become a Utah Notary Public and get your Certificate of Authority in just under 2 weeks!

- Meet the qualifications and study for the test
- Take and pass the test
- Submit your Application, Bond and Oath of Office

Start today and have it by Wednesday October 12th.

Manage or Renew

Time to renew? Welcome back!

The State of Utah does not have a provision for notaries public to renew, however, you may use your current notary username and password to update your information and take the test.

If your legal name has changed since your last commission please create a new account and proceed.

Find a Notary

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Check out our interactive search tools to help you find a notary in your area or near a specific place.

News and Information

New Notary Public Administrator

August 3rd, 2016 - Jennifer Storie has been named Notary Public Administrator for Utah. Jennifer will oversee Utah’s 20,000 notaries and documents authentication process. “Jen has been a great asset to our office over the years. She has proven her extensive knowledge of… Continue Reading

New Website!

April 29th, 2016 - Lieutenant Governor Launches New Notary Website SALT LAKE CITY (April 29, 2016) — Utah Lieutenant Governor Spencer J. Cox is pleased to announce the launch of a redesigned, user-friendly, notary public website. The site features interactive resources such as;… Continue Reading

Office Closing Announcement

April 22nd, 2016 - The Office of the Lieutenant Governor will be closed during business hours on all federal and state holidays.  

Adopting Policies Contrary to Title 46

April 22nd, 2016 - According to law, a notary may not refuse to enter into a lawful transaction involving a notarial act. Do not adopt policies to refuse transactions unless there is a legal reason to do so. To “pick and choose” who… Continue Reading

Electronic Notarization

April 22nd, 2016 - Notarization of an electronic signature IS VERY RARE and still requires personal appearance. It is a certification of a voluntary signature just the same as any other signature. Notarization of an electronic signature DOES NOT mean by phone, fax, email… Continue Reading