Fillmore, CA

Fillmore is a small town in the Santa Clara River Valley below the San Cayetano Mountain peak in the Los Padres National Forest. Fillmore is within a historic Ventura County agricultural and tree-farming belt. It is home to the Fillmore Unified School District. Educational facilities for this district include two high schools, one middle school, and four elementary schools. A fifth elementary school is located in the city of Piru, which is also a part of the school district. Another K-8 private school, the Fillmore Christian Academy, is also located in the city. Sespe Condor Sanctuary, where the critically endangered California condor is recovering, lies to the north. The nearby Sespe Creek is a tributary of the Santa Clara River. According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of 3.4 square miles (8.8 km2), 99.97% of it land and 0.03% of it water.

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