One option is to contact the diocesan chancery and request that they consider the area for a new mission station. I'm not entirely sure what methodology goes into determining where to plant a new mission, but I imagine the presence of Orthodox Christians who are not served by a parish or mission currently is probably a factor. However, if no one knows that there's the seed of a new mission there waiting to be nurtured, no one will take care of it. If the diocese does establish a mission station there, you'd probably have occasional services with a priest (perhaps a once-monthly Divine Liturgy) with reader's services in between. After the mission station has grown into a small community, it will be more likely to have a priest assigned and turned into a full-fledged mission.