The Notary Publics Office in Honolulu is the first in Hawaii and the second in the United States.
There are about 30,000 notary offices across the state, and Hawaii has the highest number of notary officers per capita in the country.
The office in Honolulu has been open since November, and is staffed by volunteers.
It is a part-time, five-person job.
Notarial services are offered through a volunteer network, but there are other ways to get your notary license.
The State Department of Health provides free or low-cost forms for free to anyone who is a Hawaii resident and can prove their residency.
There is also a public service notary program in Honolulu.
You can also call the Department of Revenue to get a free notary form.
The Department of Licensing and Regulation oversees notary services in the state.
The department is funded by the Hawaii Department of Land and Natural Resources.
Notary licenses cost $20 to $25 and can be obtained at the Hawaii Notary office, or from the Department’s Public Notary Service office.
There also are a number of local notary organizations that serve a diverse range of communities.
You may be interested in: How to Get Your Hawaii Notarization (PDF)