The last, best small town in Southern California. (self proclaimed, but probably true!) Fillmore was named one of "The West's Best Cities", by Sunset Magazine, an honor given to only 24 communities in the western U.S.
Nestled in the heart of the Heritage Valley, it was founded over a hundred years ago beside a Southern Pacific railroad station and still retains the feel of a railroad town! Approximately 14,690 folks make there home here (Jan. 2004).
Today, visitors can board the Fillmore and Western historical train in Central Park, next to stately City Hall, and enjoy a leisurely, scenic ride through lush citrus groves and farms of the Santa Clara River Valley.
The historic downtown area offers a variety of shops, museums and places to eat.
Choices in housing range from charming Craftsman homes and bungalows to modern tract homes and everything in between: and it's a convenient commute to Santa Clarita area or to the coast.