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Miami Springs, Florida
Miami Springs is in Miami-Dade County, Florida, and was founded by Glenn Hammond Curtiss, "The Father of Naval Aviation," and James Bright during the 1920s "land boom." It was, therefore, one of the original planned communities in Miami Dade County. Miami Springs was originally named Country Club Estates and is also known today as “Tree City USA.” In 1926, the city name was changed based on a spring located within the area
More historical landmarks may be seen by traveling down Curtiss Parkway, the city's major avenue. The Fair Haven Nursing Home, previously the Miami Springs Hotel Country Club, is another large Pueblo Revival structure. Visit the Miami Springs Historical Society Museum at Circle Park to learn about the area's aviation heritage. Continue on Curtiss Parkway to Miami Springs Golf & Country Club, a historic 18-hole course that hosted the Miami Open for thirty years, from 1955 to 1975.
The US Census reported that the population of this city is close to 14,000 and is almost eight (8) square kilometers. Miami Springs, Florida, located 2 miles south of Hialeah, Florida (center to center) and 6 miles north of Miami, Florida, in Miami Dade county. The city's residents live in the Miami metropolitan area.
Due to the small population, voters generally elect leaders they already know from their engagement in the community. The Mayor and Council Members attend most community activities and maintain an open line of communication with residents and business owners, which typically leads to re-election to subsequent terms. Elected officials take pleasure in being up to date on what people want and delivering the best possible service to everyone in "Beautiful Miami Springs."
Miami Springs has always been closely connected to the aviation industry due to its proximity to the Miami International Airport and the fact that the city was founded by a pioneer in aviation. The city therefore historically relied heavily on the employment of its citizens by the airline industry.
Miami Springs provides tourists a look of Miami's tranquil side, with a beautiful small-town atmosphere, which is located "in the heart of it all." One of the first planned towns in the state of Florida was Miami Springs. Homes and structures were built using Pueblo Revival style. One of the city's most respected examples of this architectural type is the restored Curtiss Mansion, which had belonged to founder Glenn Curtiss. The mansion serves as both a landmark and a location for events in Miami.
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