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About Hialeah

Located just northwest of the bustling city of Miami, Hialeah is one of the largest cities in Miami-Dade County. The area has experienced slow but steady growth and has an active economy thanks to its position as a central point in the county. Hialeah has convenient access to Miami, and within its own boundaries there is a variety of shopping, dining and entertainment as well as the popular Hialeah Racetrack and Hialeah Gardens.

Hialeah is home to one of the largest Spanish-speaking communities in the United States, and serves as the headquarters of the famous Spanish television network Telemundo.

Living in Hialeah

Hialeah combines the convenience and excitement of big-city life with sunny beaches and the comforts of a smaller community setting. With just a short drive to Miami, you can also enjoy many museums and galleries, luxury shops, and professional sports venues.

The weather in Hialeah is very warm year-round, which may be a welcome change if you're used to cold winters. Summertime temperatures average in the 90s, and in the mid-winter months it's typically in the 70s.

Even with the nearby beaches and proximity to city life, housing prices are still fairly affordable. Many homes are single-floor, ranch-style houses with garages. But there is also a variety of condos, town homes and apartment communities to choose from.

Hialeah Schools

Hialeah is part of the Miami-Dade County Public Schools system, one of the largest in the United States. The district serves elementary, middle and high schools in the area, as well as several charter and magnet schools. You can also explore private school options in Hialeah, including a mix of secular and faith-based campuses.

If you're working toward a college degree, Hialeah has a few different post-secondary institutions for you to consider. The Miami-Dade College is the local community college, and Florida National University and the College of Business and Technology are two private university options.

Resources for Moving to Hialeah

Here are a few resources to make your move to Hialeah as easy as possible:

  • Utilities: The city of Hialeah manages water and sewer services. Florida Power and Light Company is the local electricity provider, and you can request service activation using their online system.
  • Garbage and Recycling: The city of Hialeah provides curbside trash collection twice a week and recycling pickup twice a month.
  • Transportation: Hialeah is served by Miami-Dade Transit, which offers bus and light-rail services in and around the city.

Hialeah Housing

Hialeah has an extremely active housing market, with a wide selection of affordable housing. The median home value is on par with the national average, making Hialeah very budget-friendly when compared with other large cities. You'll find a variety of housing styles to choose from, including single-family ranch homes and apartment and condominium communities.