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Fillmore, whose motto is “The Last Best Small Town,” has a population of 15,610 (2016 census). The city was founded in 1888 by Jerome A. Fillmore, General Superintendent of the Southern Pacific Railroad, when the railroad was being built through the valley.
Fillmore still has a small-town atmosphere which is becoming increasingly rare in suburbanized Ventura County. It has a classic "turn of the century" downtown architecture, a one-screen theater and a historic train depot, the Fillmore and Western Railway, and many unique antique shops and businesses, including a local winery operation. Fillmore also is home to Elkins Ranch Golf Course and located nearby are a fish hatchery and the Sespe Creek and Sespe Wilderness, home to the California Condor Sespe sanctuary.
Fillmore's economy is still largely driven by agriculture. Most of the agricultural industry in the Fillmore area is related to orange, lemon, avocado orchard farming and packing and, more recently, specimen tree farming. To a lesser extent, row crop farming and small industry and assembly are also present in and near Fillmore.