Hialeah “The City of Progress” is the fifth-largest city in the State of Florida, with more than 220,000 residents. Located in Miami-Dade County, over 94% of its Spanish-speaking population is of Cuban, Mexican and Puerto Rican origin.
All roads lead to Hialeah
Since it is situated in the heart of northeastern Miami-Dade, all roads lead to Hialeah, making it accessible for tourists and locals who wish to visit the city.
This popular locality may be accessed via the major thoroughfares and highways of Miami: I-75 Palmetto Expressway, Florida Turnpike US 27 and Okeechobee Road.
Thanks to its outstanding location, practically all destinations are less than 20 minutes away from Hialeah having access to Miami International Airport.
Services for its residents and guests
Art on Palm Festival, Eggstravaganza, the 4th of July celebration and Santa’s Snowblast are just a few of the many events held in the city.
Generally, the cultural offering is free of charge for the enjoyment of residents and all of those who want to explore this city within Miami.
Hialeah boasts an independent public library with five branch libraries, a Department of Education and Community Services featuring special after-school activities and camps programs, and the “Hialeah Reads!,” a city-wide literacy initiative.
Being Hialeah an industrial locality and one of the largest for the State of Florida economically speaking, it is worth visiting to discover its cultural wealth and its vibrant Latino community.
You can find Hialeah in Zone 1 of Miami Smith’s map. It is delimited as follows:
North: Miami Lakes
South: Miami Springs