Process serving in Mariposa requires knowledge of the unincorporated communities scattered among the foot hills of the Sierra Nevada Mountains. Mariposa is small and sparsely populated. There are no incorporated cities or towns and the population of less than 19,000 for the whole county is actual a dramatic growth from is usually 15 to 17,000 residents. It is Mariposa’s origins in the great California Gold Rush that have left behind these small remnants of “almost-towns.” They may have a few residents but were never considered towns and therefore do not even have a ghost town status. Industry is Mariposa is limited to small local services, museums about the gold rush and a few crystal mines.
eServe California can assist you with coverage around this County including its most rural areas. Please contact us today if you have a process serving job in Mariposa County.
The census recognizes the following communities in Mariposa – Bear Valley, Buck Meadows, Bootjack, Catheys Valley, El Portal, Coulterville, Fish Camp, Hornitos, Greeley Hill, Lake Don Pedro, Midpines, Mariposa, Wawona and Yosemite Valley. Process servers also need to be aware of the following unrecognized communities in the county – Foresta, Lush Meadows, Jerseydale, Mt. Bullion, Ponderosa Basin, Oak Grove Estates and Yosemite West.