Fillmore, California Statistic: Population, Charts, Map, Steets and More

When it comes to the demographics of Fillmore City, the Keith and the Center neighborhoods have some interesting facts to offer. The City Center neighborhood has a very diverse population. The most common racial origins are Dutch, English, German, and Mexican. The median age of the population is thirty years. The male population outnumbers the female population 101.7 to 1.

The California Department of Finance compiles annual population estimates for counties and cities. Fillmore's population density is approximately 21,968 per square mile, which is slightly more than the state and national averages. However, the projected growth rates of the Fillmore population are much higher than those of neighboring cities. While Camarillo is three-fourths the size of Fillmore, it has a population density of 3,511 people per square mile. Santa Paula, on the other hand, has a population density of six thousand five hundred and sixty-seven.

After the earthquake of 1906, the Fillmore district reclaimed the downtown core. Several Japanese immigrant families moved to the Fillmore district. Its merchants referred to it as "the new Market Street." After a few years, major businesses shifted back to the downtown core, but neighborhood-based businesses remained in the Fillmore. Nowadays, the downtown Fillmore neighborhood is a thriving community.

The city of Fillmore is located in Ventura County, California. Its population was 15,002 in 2010 according to the United States Census. Its city council comprises five members. The mayor pro-tem are elected every two years, while the council members serve four-year terms. In addition to the Mayor, the Fillmore Police Department has three Sheriff's Store Front Locations. The city's Juvenile Liaison Program with the school district and the Citizens Patrol Disaster Response Team provide services to the city and its residents.