Imperial Country in California is not a process server’s dream. If it is difficult for a professional to do their job then it is certainly something you don’t want to do yourself. There are four factors that complicate process serving in Imperial; the first three involve the presence of National protected areas including the Cibola, Imperial and Sonny Bono Salton Sea National Wildlife Refuge. The sprawl of these refuges and the fact that Salton Sea Beach is a community world famous for alternative, off-the-grid and regulation resistant populations (not to mention transient) and figuring out how to get around and find someone is difficult. The fourth factor comes when you add in Camp Calhoun and now you have an extremely large transient population that may list Imperial County as a permanent residence. Process serving in Imperial requires a lot of research time and planning to try and narrow down the best locations for an individual and entity.
Cities and Towns of Imperial
Process serving in Imperial Country serves the communities of El centro, Calexico, Brawley, Calipatria, Imperial, Holtville, Salton City, Niland, Pal Verde, Plaster City, Bard, Glamis, Heber, Seeley, West Morland, Desert Shores, Salton Sea Beach, Winterhaven, Bombay Beach and Octillo. Most of these communities have less than 1,000 people living in them.