Does the Town have a Notary or Commissioner of Oaths?

The Town does not have a Notary Public.

The authority of Town Commissioners of Oaths is limited to Town documents and some other government documents. They are not authorized to swear affidavits for private businesses or personal affairs. 

The Town has four Commissioners of Oaths on staff in the Clerk’s Department. They are usually available without an appointment during office hours. Two pieces of identification, each containing a signature, are required.  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. The document must be signed in the presence of the Commissioner.

The fees for commissioning documents are:

One page document - $10                     Multiple page document - $15              

No charge for seniors (55 and over)