Introduction to Hialeah Gardens, Florida
Hialeah Gardens, Florida, in Miami Dade county, is 2 miles W of Hialeah, Florida (center to center) and 10 miles NW of Miami, Florida. The city is in the Miami area. There are 19,297 residents in Hialeah Gardens.
Hialeah Gardens History
The foundation of Hialeah Garden’s existence was sown in December 1948 when twelve people of the area unanimously voted to form a small community of 26 registered voters. This community was incorporated to form the town of Hialeah Gardens. The following months saw the adoption of the first building code, permit and inspection fee. The first traffic ordinance was passed and laws were formulated to regulate hunting. The town went on to develop into a significant municipality of Dade County.
Hialeah Gardens and nearby Attractions
- Doral Resort & Spa
- Westland Gardens Park
Hialeah Gardens Activities
Hialeah Gardens is a flourishing residential community. The Doral Resort and Spa has an excellent golf course which has been hosting the PGA tour since 1962. The city has several beautiful parks which offer a variety of leisure activities. The community also organizes special events and festivals on a regular basis.
Hialeah Gardens Transportation
The Opa Locka Executive Airport provides civil air services to the city. More general air transportation services are provided by Miami International Airport.
Hialeah Gardens Higher Education
Barry University is located close by in Miami Shores.