Notary Public

You may be sworn in as a Notary Public at any office of the County Clerk or by any Notary Public. If you come to the Clerk's Office, you will need to present your $10,000 Notary Public Bond and a valid government issued ID with photo. 

Where To Be Sworn In
Locations and Hours of Operation can be accessed here. You may also select the Contact Us tab to the left of this page.

Fee and payment information may be accessed here or by selecting the Fees tab located at the left of this page.

If you choose to be sworn in by another notary, you may mail the bond to our office for filing or you may bring it in. The filing fee is $20.00.  If submitted by mail, enclose a self-addressed stamped envelope with your payment and bond so that we can mail your Filing Notice to you.

Mailing Address:
Clark County Clerk's Office
Attn: Notary Bond
Box 551604
Las Vegas, NV 89155-1604

For shipping services other than U.S.P.S. Mail:

Clark County Clerk's Office
Regional Justice Center, 5th Floor
200 Lewis Avenue, Suite 5313
Las Vegas, NV 89101

The following documents MUST be forwarded to the Secretary of State.  If any items are missing or incomplete, they will not process your application:

  • Filing Notice from the County Clerk's Office
  • Notary Public Application
  • $35.00 Application fee

Please visit the Forms Page of the Nevada Secretary of State for more information.

All new and renewing notary applicants will now be required to take and pass an exam as part of the notary training requirement.

If you are applying as a non-resident notary, make sure to complete the following forms that will need to be submitted to the Secretary of State with your application, Filing Notice, and $35.00 fee.

Non-Resident Public Affidavit of Applicant
Non-Resident Public Affidavit of Applicant's Employer
Non-Resident Public Affidavit of Self-Employed Applicant (if applicable)

Please visit the Nevada Secretary of State to access information on Notaries Public and to obtain an Application for Appointment as a Notary Public.

Our office does not notarize documents for the general public.