A notary public is appointed by the state government to serve as an impartial witness to the signing of important documents, administer oaths, and oversee acknowledgements.
Becoming a Notary
To become a Notary Public, you must be 18 years of age or older, a resident of Oceana County. You must also complete the Michigan Notary Public Application and return it to the County Clerk’s office along with a $10,000 surety bond.
Notary Public Application Fees
You must pay a $10 application fee to the State of Michigan as well as a $10 fee to the County Clerk.
Learn more about the duties of a Notary Public and apply online through the State of Michigan website.
Contact the County ClerkStaff
Amy L. Anderson County Clerk
Melanie A. Coon Chief Deputy and Elections Clerk (231) 873-6716
Jana Boundy Deputy Clerk (231) 873-6712
Main Phone: (231) 873-4328
Oceana County Building
100 S. State Street, Suite M-1
Hart, MI 49420