Since you are an LVN with experience, I suggest applying to sub-acute hospitals/ nursing facilities to get your IN when you are done with your RN. Kindred in San Leandro and Livermore hire LVNs and RNs- apply online and then go there in person to turn in your resume. But like The Commuter said, it is a hard market, so make a trip up here before you make the permanent move. And whatever the school says about working and going to school, don't listen to them it can be discouraging to even attempt it, b/c reality is lots of ppl work and go to nursing school. when it comes down to it you can do it, that fact that you are outreaching to all nurses.com and asking about it before you do it shows you are already thinking ahead and out of the box.
As for schools.
Unitek in Fremont and SF has an LVN-RN program
Holy Names University in Oakland has a LVN to BSN-RN program
NCP has been talking about having an LVN-RN program but currently I do not know their status.
I suggest just try and go for the BSN route if possible, with the Bay Area's job market a BSN will help you stand out vs an ADN- the sad truth =/
If you have a bachelor's, you can try an ELM program or an ABSN program