Norwalk CA got a railroad station before it was even a town, thanks to the foresight of the original landowners, who insisted on a passenger stop clause before deeding the railroad the right to cross their land. By 1900, a town had sprung up, complete with a real industry in the form of a local cheese factory established in 1882. Many fine Victorian homes were built in town, while the surrounding countryside was filled with dairy farms. Visitors can see some history from this period at The Hargitt House Museum. It wasn’t until the 1950s that Norwalk CA began to lose its rural character as more and more suburban neighborhoods were built in the area. Today Norwalk CA has all the amenities you’d expect of a suburban city, including of course restaurants. If you own or operate a restaurant in or around Norwalk CA, Flue Steam will help you keep your commercial kitchen safe and free of fire hazards through exhaust system cleaning and grease filter exchange services.