FOR UNIVERSITY OF UTAH EMPLOYEES ONLY
The Utah State Division of Risk Management (SRM) no longer issues notary public bonds. Current bonds issued by SRM will remain in effect until the commission expires.
To apply for or renew your commission you may go to www.notary.utah.gov and follow the instructions under "Become a Notary" or click on the "Reapply" button under "Manage my Account" . If you have questions contact the Notary Office listed below:
Utah State Capitol
PO Box 142325
350 N State Street, Suite 220
Salt Lake City, Utah 84114-2325
Phone: (801) 538-1041
Fax: (801) 538-1133
Hours of operation: M-F, 8-5pm, excluding State and Federal holidays.
- Follow the procedures outlined on the State's website.
- Take the exam and be ready to pay the testing ($30) and application ($45) fees. When you receive notification you have passed the notary exam, you must acquire a surety bond. You may purchase a bond through any reliable source including a local insurance agency. For example you may contact Sherry Pace at Moreton & Company (801) 715-7149 or at email@example.com, to obtain a $5,000 bond application. This bond through Moreton & Company must be paid by check and will cost your department a $50 Notary Bond Fee plus a $50 Producer Fee for a total of $100.
- Verify you are a state employee by requesting the bond via email. Once you receive the surety bond, mail it along with the Oath of Office and the Notary Application Score Report to the Notary Office (see above).
- Once the Notary Office has returned, via email, a "Certificate of Authority of Notary Public" print and use this to show proof of commission to order your Official Notary Seal. The seal is required to be in purple ink.
- Note that this procedure is mandated by the Utah Notary Public Office for all new and re-commissioning Notary Publics.
- Renew your notary commission every four years.
For additional questions, please call U of U Risk & Insurance Services at 801-581-5590.
Change of Name or Address
If you are changing your address or name on your existing NOTARY commission and wish to obtain a "Request for an Amended Commission" form, please contact the notary.utah.gov office. There is a $5 fee associated with this request.