Hialeah, Florida is a thriving and diverse community, home to 224,000 people, making it the fifth largest municipality in Florida. The area of Hialeah covers about twenty square miles, bordering Opa-Locka, Miami Lakes, and Miami. With a predominantly Spanish-speaking population, many forms of free entertainment, a dedication to supporting small businesses, and access to Miami-Dade's award-winning schools, it is no wonder that “all ways lead to Hialeah.”
Hialeah has the benefit of being close enough to the Miami metropolitan area to receive access to both Opa-Locka Airport and Miami International Airport, and the Miami Metrorail and Tri-Rail/Metrorail Transfer systems. To fill in the gaps, Hialeah has its own public bus system that helps car-free residents commute more easily to jobs. For those who have personal vehicles, Hialeah is located near all the major thoroughfares in the Miami area, including I-75, the Florida Turnpike, Okeechobee Road, and the Palmetto Expressway. Hialeah is also known for having many biking and hiking trails.