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Questions to Ask a Venue Before Taking a Tour

Here are some common FAQs from WeddingWire for wedding venues Northern California and our answers.

There are many sources of information on the web to help you plan your wedding.  We thought we’d answer some of the essential questions to ask before you book any wedding venues Northern California.

1. Is Mountain House Estate available on your target date?  

Maybe, but it’s always best if you are flexible and simply have a desired month or season.  We recommend that you look to book your wedding venue far in advance if you have a particular wedding date in mind, like 2/2/2022.  In our case, the couple that booked that date booked two years in advance.

2. How much does it cost?  

Prices will vary depending upon the guest count, day of the week, and season. But what you should want to know is the value of our wedding venue or other wedding venues Northern California? At MHE, when you add up the value of all the features, if you were to rent them and have a wedding in your backyard, what’s included has a value above the venue rental fee.  Yup, it’s cheaper to have your wedding at our professional wedding venue than it is to have it in your backyard.  And you don’t have to go through the effort of making it pretty ahead of time.

Cost if one question, but another is, how is the payment made?  We’re a bit unique in that your initial payment is $1500, and then we divide the balance of the fees so that it’s a manageable monthly payment.  You’ll get email reminders when it’s due, and you can pay digitally.  Cash, check, charge?  Sure.  Our goal is to reduce friction and make this easy for you.

3. Is the venue’s location convenient?

This question depends on your personal preference. Do you want a venue within a very short drive of home?  Some people do. But consider that most of the local guests will have likely been to the local venues multiple times. How are you going to make your wedding experience different from the others they’ve attended there?

Click Here to Read Our Favorite Mendocino County Activities to Plan Around Your Wedding at Mountain House Estate >>

Most of the couples that get married at Mountain House Estate are from the San Francisco Bay Area, with others come from a longer distance.  We are in the popular tourist destination of wine country:

  •  Napa Valley
  • Alexander Valley
  • Dry Creek Valley
  • Russian River Valley
  • and more

Many couples choose to have a local destination wedding because we are a convenient hour and a half drive from the Golden Gate Bridge. Guests want to visit the wine country in the first place, and you are giving them a good reason to do so.  You can also organize wine country experiences for them to do together while they are in the area.

Click Here to Read Why A “Local Destination Wedding” is the Safest and Best Experience for Bay Area and California Wedding Couples >>

4. What’s the venue’s capacity?

We host events that have from 2 people (just you) to 250.  We have multiple indoor and outdoor areas, so if you desire to have a more intimate wedding experience, you can use our blank canvas to select sites that suit your guest count.

5. What does the venue look like?

As we designed and created the spaces, we kept in mind “Rustic Elegance.”  The goal was to create a canvas on which you could paint your perfect wedding day.  We’re not an old animal barn where you will house your guests in the animal pens.  We’ve seen that, and it doesn’t work for us.

Click Here to Read Thinking of Having a Rustic Barn Wedding? Think Again >>

No, our ancient barn wood accents and backdrops were fabricated to create a warm and elegant wedding for you. Even better, take a look at the videos and pictures on our website.  Frequently when a couple comes for a tour, we’re told that it’s even better in person.  See for yourself.

Click Here to Take a Virtual Tour >>

Something we believe is essential, but not mentioned, is to make sure that being a wedding venue is the main or only business.  Many locations have a primary function (winery, lodging, equestrian facility, restaurant), and then it’s “Oh, and we also do weddings.”  Should your wedding day be an afterthought or the main focus of the venue?  Our primary focus is on your wedding.

Click Here to Read Choose an Event Location that is “Venue Only” >>

6. How much work will we have to put into decorating the space?

Very little.  Because of the beauty designed into the spaces, minimal decor or florals are needed to create your vision.  We’ve spaces that are easily transformed into your vision of an elegant, rustic, boho chic, sophisticated wedding day.

7. What’s the catering situation?

The short answer is that we can work with about any caterer. We only work with professionals that have worked here and done a fantastic job.  There’s a selection of caterers in all price ranges and styles, such as:

  • Buffet, taco bar, grazing tables
  • BBQ
  • Wood-fired pizza, or have pizza delivered from our favorite Papa’s Pizza Cafe.
  • Plated, multi-course service
  • Paella – one of our favorites – it’s a meal and a show in one.
  • Food trucks – we have room for up to six at a time.
  • Seafood, oyster bar
  • Family style, tasting tables, or fully seated – we do it all.

And, we can offer you an All-Inclusive package if you desire – it’s just that ours aren’t cookie-cutter. After we chat with you, we team you up with one of the professional Wedding Planners, and after discussing the vision of your wedding day, a customized package is created.  

8. Can I hold my ceremony there?

Absolutely – most of our couples do. We’ve created multiple ceremony locations, so you have your choice of backdrops and styles. We don’t force everyone into the only spot – no, we’re about custom – your wedding, your way.  We have:

  • The Barn – featuring weathered barn wood that’s over 100 years old from the historic barns on the property
  • The Pond – a water feature with a lighted floating fountain 
  • Redwood Trees – a green oasis
  • Vineyard – Wine grapevines planted on a hillside to create a lush green backdrop.
  • Oak Tree Terrace – majestic oak trees with stadium seating
  • The Ballroom – an indoor space with barn wood accents
  • And more – it’s your wedding, we let you decide what you’d like to use.

9. Is there a coordinator on staff?  Who will be my main point of contact?

Owners John and Lane live on property – so we’re here for you. With years of experience, we help guide you, answer questions, and provide information to make your day spectacular.

Here’s some advice, if you contact a venue and don’t hear back within hours – or at max, 24 hours, run, don’t walk.  We regularly listen to couples’ stories about venues that don’t respond to their inquiry in short order. It makes us shudder to think – if the venue doesn’t respond quickly to someone that wants to book a wedding at the venue, just what kind of service can the couple expect after the venue has their money?

We can communicate with you via email, text, or phone. 

  • When you first contact us, we’ll respond to you through email.
  • When you decide to reserve a date at the venue, we use Honeybook, a customer relationship management program designed specifically for the wedding industry.  Through it, you’ll digitally receive the Agreement, Venue Guidelines, sample timeline, Nice List, and many other tools to help you plan your wedding day.  We’ll communicate with you through Honeybook, and you’ll be able to quickly access past emails and information.  
  • To help you plan your wedding, we use Allseated.  This specialized platform has a digital floor plan of the venue.  On that floor plan, you can place the tables, chairs, and other decors so that your wedding planner and caterer know what you want.  You can assign seating, check-in RSVP’s, and more.  

John and Lane act as venue managers, handling all the aspects of the venue itself.  For the actual wedding planning, a professional wedding planner is required.  We recommend using someone from our Nice List – they earned their way onto the list by doing an excellent job for couples at past estate weddings.  Can you use a wedding planner that isn’t on the list – yes, but they need to be a professional.  We don’t want you to risk your special day to someone that doesn’t know what they are doing.  We’ve seen it; it isn’t pretty.

10. Is there a list of approved vendors, or can I use vendors I wish?

We’ve already mentioned the Nice List.  These vendors don’t pay to be on the list; they don’t just get placed on the list because they made a request; they have to earn their way there.  We’re pretty picky about who is on the list and who isn’t.  Everyone on the list is licensed, insured, a professional, and has done wedding(s) here that was an excellent experience for all involved.  Have some fires needed to be put out along the way – yes.  But it’s the way the issue was handled that makes all the difference. Usually, the couple and guests don’t even know about the hiccup.  What’s why we stress, use a professional.  We can help you find that person.

11. What’s the rain plan?

  • We have indoor and outdoor wedding spaces. 
  • Outdoor wedding ceremony space?  Check, we have multiple for you to use.
  • Outdoor wedding reception space?  Check.  We have a large lawn and patio space.
  • Can we dance outdoors?  Check—bandstand with plenty of power and lights.
  • Can we dance indoors?  Check.  The ballroom turns into a dance club.
  • Indoor wedding ceremony space?  Check, the ballroom can accommodate 200.
  • Indoor cocktail hour space?  Check.  Custom made bar you have to see to believe.
  • Indoor reception space?  Check. The ballroom can seat 125 people at tables.

Rain Plan?  Check. We have room for tents too.

12. Consider your guest’s convenience. Here are a few more questions: 

    • What’s the bathroom situation?
      • Great question and sometimes forgotten.  Did you know that portable bathrooms can cost you more than $1000?  And then there is the ick factor.  Not an issue here though, we have:
      • Main Women’s Bathroom with two regular stalls, one ADA stall, and a baby changing table
      • Main Men’s Bathroom with urinals and ADA toilet stall
      • The Oasis – Bride and tribe prep room with a bathroom
      • The Hang-Out – The guy’s prep room with ADA bathroom
      • The Mom’s Room – Another bathroom
      • Employees bathroom
    • That makes 10 in total. No porta-potties are needed.
  • How’s the parking?
    • We have plenty of room in multiple parking lots for up to 250 guests.  More importantly, the parking lots are out of sight and won’t impact your wedding celebration.
  • Climate Control?
    • Yes, all event spaces have heat and air conditioning.
  • Stairs?
    • Only the Mom’s Room and the Oasis are upstairs.  All spaces that have stairs also have ramp access.

Something most venues don’t have is intimate spaces for guests to get off by themselves and chat.  In many cases, they haven’t seen each other in a long time and want to catch up.  We have private nooks where they can get away from music and reconnect.

Mountain House Estate Highlights

Your Wedding at Mountain House Estate

Mountain House Estate’s features and amenities promise you a relaxed and stress-free wedding. Bring in your own alcohol and food trucks if you’d like. Get beautified in the comfort and privacy of the upstairs bridal suite with your bridesmaids. Choose where you’ll exchange your vows from several of our breathtaking locations, both indoor and outdoor. Mingle and relax with signature cocktails and hors d’oeuvres in the contemporary bar area. Dine on the beautiful patio or inside in air-conditioned comfort. Dance the night away under a blanket of stars. We’ll take care of you and make sure everything is exactly how you want it. Here are a few of our favorite highlights about our Northern California wedding venue:

  • Multiple ceremony and reception locations, both indoor and outdoor
  • No hidden fees
  • No unwanted surprises (corkage fees, service fees, and more)
  • We operate exclusively as a wedding venue (read more here)
  • BYOB and we also allow food trucks
  • Get ready in the Oasis (four makeup stations, many mirrors, including a full-size tri-fold mirror, a private bathroom with an enviable closet)
  • Get ready in the Hangout (60-foot gaming TV, two to 40-inch sports TVs, a shuffleboard table, a foosball table, and even a poker table and more)

What Is Your Venues  Value? A True Story of One Disaster Wedding

What is your Northern California wedding venues value?

A true story about one family’s disaster wedding on their property and why free or cheap wedding venues Northern California are not the best value for you.

Recently, I watched a wedding video where the couple used a “free” wedding venue. It was on the grandparent’s property, and it looked like a great wedding day. But I started to wonder how much it cost to convert the grandparent’s property into a wedding venue for a single day.  

In talking to the family, I found out that the grandparents wanted the day to be spectacular for their granddaughter and began fixing up the property a year in advance. They wanted everything to be perfect for the summer wedding and spent countless hours manicuring everything each month and paid a landscaper to do what they could not.

The rental company delivered all of the rented furniture, decor, and other items for 150 guests the day before the wedding. Multiple large delivery trucks arrived with all the workers to set everything up and the bride tribe arrived to direct all the activities to get everything in the right place. The bride was crying and stressed the day before her wedding as countless issues arose and they had to make on the spot changes to her wedding day vision.

Click here to read why we want you to have a wedding planner to take care of you >> (5 min read)

The bride tribe was completely rushed because they only had a few hours before the wedding party arrived for the rehearsal dinner. Things felt tense, rushed, and there was anxiety lingering in the air. Because the bride chose to forgo a wedding planner and have her best friend help her plan her wedding, they didn’t have the experience to handle the countless issues and last-minute changes.

After the grandparents had a second to think about it, they decided not to allow 150 guests into their house to use the bathroom. So, they ordered “luxury restroom trailers” at the last minute. Unfortunately, they arrived late in the day and the family had to coordinate moving other vehicles around for hours to get the bathrooms into place.

On the day of the wedding, the bride tribe arrived early to get their hair and makeup done. While doing their hair and makeup, a bridesmaid dropped a curling iron on the carpet, creating a significant burn, but no one admitted the damage to the grandparents which caused them tremendous grief as the carpet was original to the house.

The best man arrived a little later than expected with borrowed chairs and tables. He enlisted some of the other friends to haul all of the tables and chairs, which took several trips and set them back even further on their timeline. 

As they set up the tables and chairs, they all soon realized that the backyard wasn’t as large as it appeared when empty, and the tables had to be set up very tightly to accommodate all of the guests. Even more tables were brought in for the buffet, bar, gift table, guest book table, heard table, dessert table, and DJ table. By the time it was all set up, it was borderline claustrophobic.

Grandpa had made a beautiful wedding arbor, and Aunt Mary, who had taken a night class, decorated it with flowers, made the boutonnieres and bouquets.

With over 100 guest and vendor vehicles, parking was a bit tight but everyone found a spot. Not all the neighbors were happy about the invasion. Some called the County to complain, but fortunately, Grandpa had obtained the needed permits.

Guests arrived to find an open bar, free choice beverages (beer in a large tub with ice) and made themselves at home. As everything was running a little late, they had plenty of time to catch up with the groomsmen who had been taking advantage of the free beer during the morning prep and were all intoxicated.

Click here to read about our alcohol recommendations for your wedding day >> (5 min read)

The ceremony went off without a hitch.  The bride was beautiful, the music was timed just right, and the karaoke system provided enough volume that the guests could hear.  The father of the bride served as the Officiant after obtaining his registration from an online company.

Wedding photos followed the ceremony, bride and groom, bride’s family, groom’s family, friends, bridesmaids, groomsmen, etc. It was a little unorganized without a wedding planner there to direct everyone, but it worked. The delay in having to round up the people for the photos just meant the guests had an extra long cocktail hour, so many of the guests were intoxicated.

To save some money, a personal friend that does BBQs was hired to cook. He used the kitchen in the home for meal preparation and it was tight, but he was able to put the meal together.  Unfortunately, he used the same cutting board for the raw and cooked chicken.  At least that’s where they think all the guest’s upset stomachs came from.

The DJ was a friend that played at some parties. He had his equipment and a bit of experience, but none with weddings. Thinking he was the star of the show, he talked a lot, sung into the microphone with his favorite songs, and played the music he liked. Maybe that’s why a lot of the older family members left early.

The party lasted until the sheriff arrived. Neighbors had complained about the noise, and the Deputy reminded Grandpa that the permit said the music stopped at 10 pm. After the warning, the Deputy left with the assurance that everything would end.

But recall the beer being freely available This was when they figured out that was a mistake.  There were red solo cups all over the neighborhood, as guests were drinking on the way back to their cars.  Hooting, hollering, and littering as they walked. The neighbors noticed.

Click Here to Read What You Need to Know About Serving Alcohol at Your Wedding (<5 Min Read)

This is about the time the two Sheriff’s patrol cars arrived – this time with lights that were flashing. The four Deputies weren’t nearly as lovely as they had been earlier in the evening.  One groomsman got mouthy with a Deputy and almost got hauled to jail to sleep off his public intoxication.  After making it understood, the Deputies left the area.  But as a couple of guests found out, they stationed themselves a couple of blocks away, just in case anyone was naive enough to drive under the influence.

It was the next morning when everyone heard about the wreck.  It was terrible, and people in the car and the one they hit were injured. Grandpa called his Home Owners Insurance company only to find out that he wasn’t covered. When his insurance agent heard that beer was available in unlimited quantities, not being served by a licensed bartender, he advised Grandpa not to speak with anyone until he talked to an attorney. He explained the “Reasonable Person” Standard in the law – that it’s a standard created to provide the courts with an objective test that’s used when deciding whether a person’s actions constitute negligence.  He again told Grandpa to call his attorney.

Grandpa argued that he didn’t provide the beer and found out that made little difference.  It highlighted that the couple provided most of the beer (they allowed friends also to contribute) and didn’t buy any wedding event insurance. Attorneys are now questioning everyone that provided alcohol to the party.  Likely they’ll want everyone to pay – you see, the person the drunk guest hit – died.

This wedding example was made up of instances that have happened to people trying to have a cheap wedding.  Tring to find a wedding location that’s “free.”  These, and many more, disasters have occurred before, during, and after weddings.  Trying to save money by having it at an unlicensed wedding venue without proper wedding venue insurance may turn out fine, but it may not.  Saving money by not hiring wedding industry professionals to help guide you through the maze may also work.  But there are these disasters and many more that have occurred in couples trying to save money. Oh, and a few of the other disasters we didn’t mention earlier?

  • Many of the borrowed tables and chairs broke. One of the chairs broke and injured Aunt Ruth. Another chair sunk into a gopher hole and cause injury to a guest.
  • A fight broke out between two drunk wedding guests which caused quite a commotion, and the party had no security guards.
  • The power system on the property couldn’t take all of the lights, DJ, and sound, so it kept tripping off and the PGE power safety shut-off occurred.
  • The wedding cake cutting didn’t happen, because it had already been cut by an unknown guest. Whoops!

My advice?  Hold your wedding at any number of wedding venues Northern California that are licensed and insured using professional wedding vendors to provide services.  Let your wedding planner know your budget and follow their guidance. Saving money may mean a smaller guest count, but that’s better than some of the alternatives we mentioned above. And it may end up costing you more in the long run…just like grandpas family. No, it does not 100% guarantee that a snafu won’t arise, but it makes for a lot less stressful day.  – John Alden, Owner, Mountain House Estate

Other Northern California Wedding Venues

If you’re dreaming of having a wedding at any number of Northern California wedding venues, you probably have great taste. Northern California wedding venues include wineries and vineyards, Victorian-style and historic hotels, garden and golf course venues, rustic and barn style wedding venues, and more for your wedding day.

If you’re planning to host your wedding in San Francisco or along the Sonoma Coast up high, prepare yourself for some fog. Otherwise, you’re probably going to get some great sunshine on your wedding day. Sunny weather is always favorable for your wedding day, and you can plan for the sun at most Northern California wedding venues. But if you’re planning on not having your wedding outdoors, you can consider an indoor wedding venue, so you don’t have to worry about the weather.

There are many indoor Northern California wedding venues in Napa County, Sonoma County, Santa Rosa, San Francisco and San Jose, East Bay, South Bay, Santa Cruz, and Sacramento. Maybe you’re thinking about something quirky like a museum or park, or even the zoo! Tons of businesses operate secondly as a wedding venue, and although we don’t think that’s the best choice for your wedding day, you may think otherwise. 

Sonoma & Napa Wedding Venues

When thinking about Sonoma County or Napa County wedding venues in Northern California, you might first think about a winery wedding. But did you know that there are many other stunning venues? Well, Mountain House Estate, for one, is a gorgeous outdoor venue, and we consider ourselves to be rustic elegant. But you may also be thinking about gardens, golf clubs, hotels, lodges, barns, and other bright ideas. Whatever your choice, when looking at Northern California wedding venues, there’s simply something magical about escaping from the hustle and bustle of San Francisco or Sacramento with your guests and celebrating in wine country. Maybe it’s in the countryside landscape or the wine, but we think you’ll be well suited off searching here for a venue.

San Francisco Wedding Venues

When looking at Northern California wedding venues in San Francisco, you probably want something more urban, such as a historic hotel or vies of the Golden Gate Bridge. 

The East Bay of San Francisco simply refers to the eastern shores of the San Francisco Bay. Here lies the city of Oakland, the largest city and home to countless businesses that operate secondly as a wedding venue: museums, golf clubs, hotels, and event centers. But if you venture out further to Walnut Creek or Berkley, you can also find more venues with rural charms such as wineries and barn wedding venues. 

The South Bay is also known as the Silicon Valley. Silicon Valley is the tech capital of the world and an excellent place for an upscale or urban wedding. 

Sacramento Wedding Venues

Sacramento is the capital of California, and it strikes a beautiful balance of urban and suburban charm. In Sacramento, Northern California wedding venues include ballrooms, clubs, golf courses, event centers, hotels, and more. If you decide to look just outside of Sacramento, you can find more rural wedding venues such as ranches, vineyards, and rustic farms.

Wedding Venues Northern California

Say “I Do” at our gorgeous rustic wedding venue in Cloverdale, CA. Among hundreds of Northern California wedding venues and Sonoma County wedding venues, we always promise to be upfront with our inclusions and pricing. You won’t have any hidden fees or unwanted surprises when you work with husband/wife team John and Lane at Mountain House Estate. With multiple ceremony and reception locations (no groomsmen rushing to relocate chairs or any grunt work on YOUR wedding day), our private estate offers you rustic elegance and comfort.

  • Coastal 
      • Santa Cruz County
        • Aptos, Ben Lomond, Boulder Creek, Brookdale, Capitola, Davenport, Felton, Freedom, Los Gatos, Mount Hermon, Santa Cruz, Scotts Valley, Soquel, Watsonville
      • Monterey County
        • Aromas, Big Sur, Bradley, Carmel, Carmel By The Sea, Carmel Valley, Castroville, Chualar, Gonzales, Greenfield, Jolon, King City, Lockwood, Marina, Monterey, Moss Landing, Pacific Grove, Pebble Beach, Salinas, San Ardo, San Lucas, Seaside, Soledad, Spreckels
  • Southern Inland 
      • San Benito County: Morgan Hill, Holister, San Juan Bautista, Gilroy
  • Eastern Inland
      • Yolo County
        • Brooks, Capay, Clarksburg, Davis, Dunnigan, Esparto, Guinda, Knights Landing, Madison, Rumsey, West Sacramento, Winters, Woodland, Yolo, Zamora
  • Sonoma County
      • Sonoma, Petaluma, Santa Rosa, Healdsburg, Geyserville, Sebastopol, Rohnert Park, Windsor, Cotati
      • Bloomfield, Bodega, Bodega Bay, Boyes Hot Springs, Carmet, Cazadero, El Veranom, Eldridge,m Fetters Hot Springs-Agua Caliente, Forestville, Fulton, Geyserville, Glen Ellen, Graton, Guerneville, Jenner, Kenwood, Larkfield-Wikiup, Monte Rio, Occidental, Penngrove, Roseland, Salmon Creek, Sea Ranch, Serena del Mar, Temelec, Timber Cove, Valley Ford, Annapolis, Asti, Bodega Harbor, Bridgehaven, Buena Vista, Cadwell, Camp Meeker, Carneros, Cozzens Corners, Cunningham, Diamond A Ranch, Duncans Mills, El Bonita, Forest Hills, Freestone, The Geysers, Guernewood Park, Hacienda, Hessel, Hilton, Hollydale, Jimtown, Kellogg, Knowles Corner, Korbel, Lakeville, Lytton, Mark Westm, Mark West Springs, Mercuryville, Mesa Grande, Mirabel Heights, Mirabel Park, Mission Highlands, Monte Cristo, Montesano, Noel Heights, Northwood, Oakmont, Odd Fellows Park, Rancho Abajo, Rio Dell, Rio Nido, Rolands, Russian River Terrace, Schellville, Soda Springs, Stewarts Point, Summerhome Park, Two Rock, Vacation Beach, Venado, Villa Grande, Vineburg
      • American Canyon, Angwin, Calistoga, Deer Park, Napa, Oakville, Pope Valley,  Rutherford, Saint Helena,Yountville
  • Mendocino County, California
      • Albion, Boonville, Branscomb, Calpella, Caspar, Comptche, Covelo, Dos Rios, Elk, Fort Bragg, Gualala, Hopland, Laytonville, Leggett, Little River, Manchester, Mendocino, Navarro, Philo, Piercy, Point Arena, Potter Valley, Redwood Valley, Talmage, Ukiah, Westport,Willits, Yorkville
  • Lake County, California
      • Clearlake, Clearlake Oaks, Clearlake Park, Cobb, Finley, Glenhaven, Hidden Valley Lake, Kelseyville, Lakeport, Lower Lake, Lucerne, Middletown, Nice, Upper Lake, Witter Springs
  • Solano County, California
      • Benicia, Birds Landing, Dixon, Elmira, Fairfield, Rio Vista, Suisun City, Vacaville, Vallejo
  • Marin County, California
      • Belvedere Tiburon, Bolinas, Corte Madera, Dillon Beach, Fairfax, Forest Knolls, Greenbrae, Inverness, Lagunitas, Larkspur, Marshall, Mill Valley, Nicasio, Novato, Olema, Point Reyes Station, Ross, San Anselmo, San Geronimo, San Quentin, San Rafael, Sausalito, Stinson Beach, Tomales, Woodacre
  • Contra Costa County, California
      • Alamo, Antioch, Bethel Island, Brentwood, Byron, Canyon, Clayton, Concord, Crockett, Danville, Diablo, Discovery Bay, El Cerrito, El Sobrante, Hercules, Knightsen, Lafayette, Martinez, Moraga, Oakley, Orinda, Pinole, Pittsburg, Pleasant Hill, Port Costa, Richmond, Rodeo, San Pablo, San Ramon, Walnut Creek
  • Placer County and El Dorado County
      • Tahoe, Incline Village, South Lake Tahoe, Stateline, Truckee, Alta, Applegate, Auburn, Carnelian Bay, Colfax, Dutch Flat, Emigrant Gap, Foresthill, Gold Run, Granite Bay, Homewood, Kings Beach, Lincoln, Loomis, Meadow Vista, Newcastle, Olympic Valley, Penryn, Rocklin, Roseville, Sheridan, Tahoe City, Tahoe Vista, Weimar, Camino, Coloma, Cool, Diamond Springs, Echo Lake, El Dorado, El Dorado Hills, Garden Valley, Georgetown, Greenwood, Grizzly Flats, Kyburz, Lotus, Mount Aukum, Pilot Hill, Placerville, Pollock Pines, Rescue, Shingle Springs, Somerset, South Lake Tahoe, Tahoma, Twin Bridges
  • Gold Country
  • Amador County
        • Amador City, Butte City, Drytown, Fiddletown, Ione, Jackson, Sutter Creek, Plymouth, Volcano
  • Butte County
        • Bangor, Cherokee, Forbestown, Honcut, Magalia, Paradise
  • Calaveras County
        • Arnold, Angels Camp, Camanche, Carson Hill, Copperopolis, Murphys, San Andreas
  • El Dorado County
        • Cameron Park, Camino, Coloma, Diamond Springs, El Dorado, El Dorado Hills, Georgetown, Lotus, Placerville, Pleasant Valley, Pollock Pines, Rescue, Shingle Springs, Somerset
  • Mariposa County
  • Mariposa
  • Nevada County
        • French Corral, Grass Valley, Nevada City,  North Bloomfield, Smartsville, Timbuctoo, Relief Hill, Rough and Ready, Washington
  • Placer County
        • Auburn, Colfax, Foresthill, Meadow Vista, Mount Aukum, Newcastle, Plumas County, Spanish Ranch
  • Sierra County
        • Alleghany, Downieville, Tuolumne County, Columbia, Groveland-Big Oak Flat, Knights Ferry, Jamestown, Sonora
  • Yuba County
        • Brownsville, Camptonville, Clipper Mills, Dobbins, Marysville, Strawberry Valley, Oregon House, Woodleaf
  • Sierra Foothills
    • Amador City, Angels Camp, Auburn, Big Oak Flat, Cameron Park/Shingle Springs, Camino, Chinese Camp, Colfax, Coloma, Columbia, Cool, Copperopolis, Coulterville, Diamond Springs, Downieville, Dutch Flat, Drytown, El Dorado, El Dorado Hills, Fiddletown, Folsom, Foresthill, Garden Valley, Georgetown, Grass Valley, Greenwood, Grizzly Flat, Hornitos, Ione, Jackson, Jamestown, Malakoff Diggins, Mariposa, Mokelumne Hill, Murphys, Nevada City, Pine Grove, Placerville, Plymouth, Pollock Pines, San Andreas, Sierra City, Sonora, Sutter Creek, Vallecito, Volcano