The health and safety of our notary customers, staff and the local Baton Rouge community is our number one priority, and that’s why we’re carefully monitoring current updates on the novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) being given by our local, Louisiana and national leaders.
In this unsettling and challenging time, we know that things are not “business as usual,” but the ability to put everything on hold is not always a possibility.
That’s why we are here for you.
Here is what we are doing to make sure we provide the same high-level customer experience you have come to know from our team at Perkins Road Notary.
1. We are open.
2. We are keeping our office as clean and sanitized as possible.
While always a welcoming and clean environment, we have heightened our cleaning and disinfecting to maintain a healthy space for our customers and staff.
3. For signers.
We ask that you do not bring additional people with you into the office. This helps us to control the environment for you and other customers and helps to get you in and out in an orderly fashion.
4. Do not bring witnesses.
As is our normal practice, we provide witnesses to those documents that need them. For the time being, we do ask that you call ahead to let us know, so that we can be sure we have staff available.
5. We can come out to you.
We’ve always been happy to provide curbside notarization for those who have difficulty getting out of the car. And now, we’re glad that we are able to continue to help those who are older and any others who may be immunocompromised and at heightened risk. Park in one of our convenient visitor’s spots and give us a call – we’ll come right out to you.
6. Please limit exposure.
If you are sick or experiencing cough, sore-throat, fever, chest congestions and/or other flu like symptoms, please do NOT come in to the office.
We will continue watching, listening and learning; and we will keep you updated as things evolve over the coming days and weeks.
Your patience and cooperation is much appreciated and it is vital to help protect the health and safety of everyone.
Please stay healthy and vigilant. And we thank you for being a valued notary customer.
– Kim, Morgan and Jacob
To further combat the spread of COVID-19 in Louisiana, Gov. Edwards issued a Stay at Home Order effective March 23, 2020 at 5:00 p.m., directing all Louisiana residents to shelter at home and limit movements outside of their homes beyond essential needs.
In compliance with the order, we have reduced operations to continue with minimum contact with members of the public and essential employees, while requiring proper social distancing, adhering to the 10-person limitation on gathering size.
We are allowing only one transaction at a time and encourage all signers to have everything ready to be signed when you enter the office.