Hialeah, Florida, is part of the Miami-metro area. It has one of the highest percentages of Cuban and Cuban-American populations in the United States. There is also a much higher than normal percentage of people from Colombia living in this community. The city also has one of the highest percentages of people speaking Spanish of any city in America. The people in Hialeah also live much closer together than in most parts of the United States. Most of Hialeah's economy is based on small privately owned businesses operated by their owners. The average daily high ranges from 75 to 90 degrees throughout the year making it a great place to go play in the city's seven public swimming pools and at its 15 large city parks including large dog parks. Residents can enjoy attending art festivals, literary festivals and many other community events. The community-owned recreation center is a popular gathering spot for family activities.
Students attending public school in this community attend schools operated by the Miami-Dade County Public School system. Mater Academy Charter High School and Miami Lakes Tech have both been nationally recognized for providing students with a quality education. The city is served by Miami-Dade Transit, which also serves most of the surrounding area making it easy to move within the region. In addition to buses, Miami-Dade Transit operates three train depots in Hialeah. Amtrak and Tri-Rail have depots in the city. All Roads Lead to Hialeah was one of the city's first slogans. It is still true today as the city is located on every major thoroughfare in the region. Living in Hialeah is incredibly safe. Residents pay slightly more than average for most goods and services compared to Florida and national averages. Many family-friendly neighborhoods invite people to come explore them. The city looks forward to the future by embracing the slogan the City of Progress. Almost half of families living in Hialeah own their homes.
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