Rental Insurance requirements for the Mountain House Unity Center

Modified on Tue, 28 Mar 2023 at 05:47 PM

The Mountain House Community Services District (MHCSD) requires a valid certificate of liability for all rental bookings, including the endorsement page written through carriers acceptable to Mountain House Community Services District. 

Such certificates shall provide bodily injury and property damage liability protection at a minimum of $1,000,000 per occurrence. The applicant must be specified as the insured. If the use of alcohol is approved, you must include "Alcohol coverage" in the policy (see USE OF ALCOHOL section below). The certificate shall name the Mountain House Community Services District as an "additional insured" in conformance with the hold harmless agreement outlined in the application. It must specify that the applicant's insurance shall be primary to any Mountain House Community Services District insurance. The certificate shall be properly executed with the original signature of the authorizing agent of the insurance company. The insurance is due seven business days before the rental use. 

List of Insurance Providers

The following list of insurance providers is provided as information only. 

This list is shared as a courtesy to our customers. We neither recommend, prefer, or endorse any insurance provider, including those in this list, nor can we guarantee its accuracy or completeness. 

The following local insurance providers have provided their contact information to be included and indicated that they could meet the District’s insurance requirements.

Provider / InsurerContact
Ritter Insurance Agency209-835-0776 
Markel American Insurance800-236-2862

Additional list of Insurers

Sample Insurance Certificate

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