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Hialeah, Florida

Hialeah, Florida

Hialeah is a beautiful and growing city in Miami-Dade County, Florida, United States. Hialeah is the sixth-largest city in the state with a population of 224,669 and its the principal city of the Miami metropolitan area, which has a population of 829,440.

The city has undergone many political, economic and social transformations over the years and is becoming home to more and more people every year as its suburbs continue to grow rapidly as well as other new developments that are predominantly residential units.

Hialeah’s motto is “Progress and Prosperity”, which was adopted in 1925. The motto is inspired by Hialeah’s rapid growth and prosperity during the early 20th century, and it reminds residents that they are part of a city of rich history. It also serves as a reminder of what the future holds for this beautiful city, which has long served as an oasis for people looking to start over or escape their pasts.

Population Of Hialeah

Hialeah is known for its large Cuban population and for being home to many immigrants from Latin America, particularly Venezuela.

Hialeah has the highest percentage of Cuban and Cuban American residents of any city in the United States. Hialeah also has one of the largest Spanish-speaking communities in the country.

In 2012, Hialeah voted to become Florida’s first sanctuary city by passing an ordinance that prohibits local officials from asking people about their immigration status or otherwise cooperating with federal immigration law enforcement officers as required by Section 8-3  of Miami-Dade County Code.

Climate Of Hialeah

The Hialeah climate is classified as Tropical savanna (Aw) under the Köppen climate classification system. This climate typically has a pronounced dry season, with the driest month having precipitation less than 60mm (2.36 in) of precipitation. The average temperature for the year in Hialeah is 25°C (77°F). The warmest month, on average, in May. The coolest month on average is January.

Flag of Hialeah

Hialeah Flag
Flag of Hialeah

Brief History of Hialeah

Hialeah was founded in 1921 by aviation pioneer Glenn Curtiss and Missouri cattleman James H. Bright. The town was named after Hialeah Park, a horse racing track that was located near the current site of the Miami-Dade County Fair and Exhibition, which is now called Tropical Park.

Hialeah was incorporated on February 28, 1928, The word Hialeah loosely translated means “Flowery Meadow”. In Spanish “Florida” means flowery or blooming.

After almost two decades of growth, In 1948, Hialeah became incorporated as an official city within Miami-Dade County, which caused yet another period of growth in its population until around 1960 when construction began on Interstate 95 through northern Florida. Hialeah’s civic infrastructure was improved significantly with the addition of public schools and libraries as well as cultural facilities such as museums.

The late 1980s saw an influx of Cuban exiles from Cuba into Hialeah following Fidel Castro’s takeover in the Cuban Revolution of 1959. Many of these refugees settled in the city because they knew that it was home to a large number of people who shared their language, customs and values.

In addition to its location near other cities with sizable Cuban populations like Miami, Hialeah also has a history as a popular destination for immigrants from Latin America and Spain due to its proximity to South Florida International Airport and its position along Interstate 95.

The city’s economy has traditionally been based on agricultural products such as tomatoes and cattle; however, today it is becoming increasingly diversified with an influx of new businesses and industries such as banking and telecommunications that have brought much success to this formerly agricultural region.

Hialeah’s economy

Hialeah Economy is one of the largest cities in South Florida. Hialeah’s economy has long been based on agriculture and the service sector.

In recent years, however, the city has experienced significant growth in its trade and finance sectors, as well as new high-tech industries that include electronics, software development and biotechnology research. The construction of two nuclear reactors near Homestead in 2015 brought many jobs to the area during its construction phase.

Hialeah also benefits from its proximity to Miami, which is the 12th largest economy in the United States of America.

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Hialeah, fl
Hialeah, fl