Are you looking for a notary in Los Angeles? With Los Angeles being so huge, larger than Rhode Island and Delaware together, it's good to know that the city itself is broken up into several areas. The ZIP Codes that start with 900 are identified by the city being Los Angeles or their particular area name. We will send you a local notary to help keep the cost low giving you a quick response time.
Call us now for a local Los Angeles Notary:
(310) 475-1764 Westside
(323) 650-3164 surrounding DTLA
(213) 290-6002 Downtown
(818) 789-3742 San Fernando Valley
Mobile Notaries will come to your location whether it's a business office, Home, Hospital, or jail.
Our notary in Highland Park may stop at Galco's soda pop shop for a break between clients. But with over 700 varieties of soda it might take a bit of time to make a selection. Since it's just a quick drive from Pasadena, downtown Los Angeles, and Glendale it has become a favorite for several of the notaries. How sweet it is!
A unique place to hang out for the Notary's when not with clients, is the world's famous Magic Castle in Hollywood. A hidden gem hiding right in plain sight! The hangout of world-class magicians and celebrities such as Neil Patrick Harris and Ryan Gosling. Several show rooms and bars are scattered throughout the Castle along with the resident ghost Irma who plays the ivory and ebony keys. Seances are a regular occurrence in the Houdini chamber filled with original Houdini memorabilia.
The Garden of Oz is a secret little place that prefers visitors to just peek in this designated historical cultural monument. Mosaic folk art combined with succulents is contained in this tiny little area that hides behind a locked gate. When in the area 3040 N. Ledgewood Dr. of Los Angeles enjoy taking a quick stop to adore its beauty.
Black gold is scattered all over Los Angeles basically hiding in plain sight right in front of the mobile notaries! What is thought to be a 14-story office building on Pico Boulevard by Genesee Avenue is really a fake building home to a huge oil pump. La Cienega Blvd. is host to hundreds of these rigs, most are impossible to spot.
Los Angeles beaches are known to not allow fires, but a hidden beach under the flight path of LAX called Dockweiler beach has over 40 fire pits available to the public. Between notarizing documents along the coast, some of the notaries hang out and watch the planes fly overhead and snack on s'mores at the beach which is located in Playa del Rey.
The main parts of the actual city of Los Angeles include Mar Vista 90066, Bel Air 90077, Brentwood 90049, West Hollywood 90046, Hollywood 90038, and downtown Los Angeles DTLA 90012, 90013, 90017, 90071.
Some areas although they are in the County of Los Angeles they are their own city like Beverly Hills 90210, Malibu 90265, Santa Monica, Palos Verdes 90275, Long Beach 90813, and Pasadena 91105 to name a few.