Due to the Province-wide shutdown as a result of COVID-19, the Town of Orangeville will not be commissioning documents at this time. 

The Town of Orangeville has Commissioners of Oaths that are available to commission Town and government documents. Please note, the Town does not provide Notary Public services and we do not swear affidavits for private business or personal affairs.

For more information, please contact the Clerk's division during regular office hours


You must pay the following fees in order to have documents commissioned:

  • $10 for a one-page document
  • $15 for a multi-page document

Individuals over the age of 55 do not pay a fee.


  • Due to efforts to contain the spread of COVID-19 and to protect all individuals, the Town will provide Commissioners of Oaths services by appointment
  • Unless required, per the document to be commissioned, only one person should attend the appointment


In order to obtain this service, you need to show two pieces of identification, each containing a signature:

  • one should be an official government-issued document containing a photo and signature
  • one must show your current address
  • You must sign the document in the presence of the Commissioner of Oaths in order for the document to be commissioned

Your appointment at Town Hall:

  • Please bring all original documentation to your appointment. You must bring with you two pieces of identification, each containing a signature. At least one piece of identification should be an official government document, bearing the photograph and signature of the deponent or declarant, and one must show the present address
  • Please do not sign the form that is to be commissioned, as the document must be signed in the presence of the Commissioner
  • Please allow sufficient time for the Town to receive payment and schedule your appointment