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 Clerk
Vacant Vital Records and Accounts Receivable Clerk
Arlene LaDoux Deputy Clerk
Main Phone: (231) 873-4328
Oceana County Building
100 S. State Street, Suite M-1
Hart, MI 49420