*IMPORTANT NOTICES*

We’re temporary broken!

Due to a recent software upgrade, it broke our checkout link.  Our awesome IT people (Inspironix, Inc.) are working on getting the link repaired (they didn’t break it….they just are fixing us).   We apologize for any inconvenience.
In the meantime you can down load one of our order forms Click here to Download our Order Form  and email to customerservice@valley-sierra.com
You can still look around the site and check out products.
Thank you for your patience, we will be unbroken very soon!

We CANNOT ship to PO Boxes. Use a street address for shipping.

**Please note, due to Covid-19 ALL courier service guarantees have been suspended** 

Shipping is still occurring but some packages may be delayed! UPS, Fedex and/or any other courier will NOT refund shipping costs for ANY shipping delays!

Thank you in advance for your patience & understanding! 

**Due to the holidays and storms in our area we are currently experiencing minor delays with order processing. Please be patient as we are processing a very high volume of orders. We are working as quickly as possible. Thank you**

New Notaries

Congratulations on your new commission! Once your notary public commission packet from the Secretary of State has arrived, you will be ready to purchase the state required items to become a notary public! The following are required supplies to start working as a Notary Public

$15,000 Surety Bond (Notary Bond)

A notary public is required to purchase and file an official bond with the county clerk's office in the county where their principal place of business is located within 30 calendar days from the commencement date of the commission. (Government Code section 8213.)

Notary Public Seal

A list of Secretary of State authorized seal manufacturers is mailed with the notary public commission packet. We are an approved Manufacturer.

Notary Public Journal

A notary public is required to keep and maintain one active sequential journal for all of their notarial acts.

The following items are not required. However, they will be needed if doing certain types of Notary services.

Errors and Omissions Insurance is not a requirement to have according to California State Law. Government code sections 8212 to 8214 explains the need for a Notary Bond.

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