Palmetto Bay is a suburb of Miami, Florida and has a total area of only 8.8 square miles. Nicknamed the “City of Parks,” Palmetto Bay village has numerous acres of park facilities featuring both indoor and outdoor activities for everyone. In 2002, Palmetto Bay village was incorporated by combining two previous towns- Cutler and Perrine. Featuring easy access for boaters to the Gulf of Mexico and Tampa Bay, boaters and water enthusiasts love Palmetto Bay. Though hit heavily by Hurricane Andrew in 1992, Palmetto Bay village has continued to rebuild and recover and continues to grow and prosper as a premier community in South Florida.
Palmetto Bay, Florida is dependent upon mostly automobile traffic, though it is serviced by Palmetto Bay iBus Bus Circulator Service that takes residents around the village of Palmetto Bay. Providing the village of Palmetto Bay with an eco-friendly, public transit system, iBus features bike racks giving residents utilizing the iBus easy access to the village’s many parks. Additionally, iBus has stops for transfer to the Miami-Dade Transit system. Though there is no fee for using the iBus system, there is a fee for transfer to the Miami-Dade Transit. Palmetto has no airport but is located only 17 miles from the Miami International Airport.