The City of Hialeah is the sixth largest municipality in Florida, serving over 224,000 residents living in approximately 20-square miles.
Hialeah borders Opa-Locka, Miami and Miami Lakes and provides direct business access to both Opa-Locka Airport and Miami International Airport. Hialeah is served by the Miami Metrorail and Tri-Rail/Metrorail Transfer stations. The City also provides its own transit buses that enhance transportation services City-wide to make it easier for residents to commute.
Hialeah, incorporated in 1925, has a long and proud history. One of the city’s most important and nationally well-known historic sites is the Hialeah Park Racetrack.
“The City of Progress” as Hialeah is known to many, has historically been home to a number of Cuban exiles. Several monuments and parks throughout the city pay tribute to leaders and heroes who are important to many residents’ culture.
A myriad of recreation and education programs to residents are low-cost or free. Residents have access to a library system with one Main and five branch libraries; an Education and Community Services Department with after-school and camp programs, and Hialeah Reads!, a city-wide literacy initiative.
Excellent area school
Conveniently located near shopping, dining and recreational activities
Easy access to I-75 and Florida’s Turnpike