North Miami Beach
North Miami Beach is a town in Miami-Dade County, Florida, USA, with a population of 41,523 (status: 2010).
|North Miami Beach|
Lafe Allen Memorial Library
|Situation in Miami-Dade County and Florida|
|Foundation:||June 15, 1931|
|coordinates:||25° 56′ N, 80° 10′ W|
|Time zone:||Eastern (UTC-5/-4)|
- metropolitan area:
|41,523 (status: 2010)|
5.564.635 (Situation at: 2010)
|population density:||3,244 inhabitants per km2|
|area:||13.7 km2 (approx. 5 mi2)|
of which 12.8 km2 (approx. 5 mi2) country
|ZIP/postal Codes:||33160, 33162, 33169, 33179-33181|
|area code:||+1 305|
Fulford by the Sea Entrance
North Miami Beach is about six kilometers north of Miami, bordering the municipalities of Miami Gardens, Aventura, Sunny Isles Beach and North Miami.
The climate is mild and warm, light with a slight wind from the sea. Statistically, it rains on average 50% of days in the summer months, albeit only in the short term. The highest temperatures are in May to October, up to 31°C. The coldest months from December to February with an average temperature of only 15 °C. Snow is almost unknown in the region.
North Miami Beach currently has six different churches from five different denominations, including the Baptist community with two churches. (status: 2004).
According to the 2010 census, the then 41,523 inhabitants were distributed to 16,402 households. The population density was 3244 inhabitants/km². 47.1% of the population were white, 41.4% African-American, 0.2% Indian and 3.4% Asian Americans. 4.1 % indicated ethnicity and 3.8 % ethnicity. 36.6% of the population consisted of Hispanics or Latinos.
In 2010, children under the age of 18 and 25.1% of households lived in 36.9% of all households with at least 65 years of age. 68.0% of households were family households (consisting of married couples with or without offspring or one parent with offspring). The average size of a household was 2.86 people and the average family size was 3.45.
26.4% of the population were under 20 years of age, 28.5% were between 20 and 39 years old, 28.8% were between 40 and 59 years old and 16.5% were at least 60 years old. The median age was 36 years. 47.9% of the population were male and 52.1% female.
The average annual income was $41,489, with 19.3% of the population living below the poverty line.
In 2000, English was the mother tongue of 38.50% of the population, Spanish 31.97%, Haitian 19.32% and 10.21% had a different mother tongue.
Fulford by the Sea Entrance and Ancient Spanish Monastery are listed in the National Register of Historic Places.
Parks and sports
There is a wide range of different parks as well as several sports facilities, as well as playground and camping and barbecue facilities. There is also a beach volleyball court.
There is no industry to speak of. The main types of employment are: Education, health and social affairs: (16.9%), retail/retail: (16.2%), future technologies, management, administration: (10.3%), arts, entertainment, food, restaurants: (14,0 %).
- Johnson & Wales University - Florida Campus, about 1,500 students
North Miami Beach Public Library with around 56,000 books, 2,000 audio and 3,200 video documents.
North Miami Beach is very conveniently located. At the western end of the Golden Glades Interchange, Interstate 95, Florida’s Turnpike (toll), U.S. Highway 441 and Florida State Roads 7, 9 and 826 (Palmetto Expressway) intersect. The U.S. Highway 1 and the State Roads 5, 860, 909 and 915 also pass through the city.
The closest airports are the national Opa-locka Executive Airport, 7 kilometers away, and Miami International Airport, 12 miles away.
The crime rate was 517 points in 2010 (US average: 266 points) in the high range. There were two murders, 29 rapes, 136 robberies, 179 body injuries, 743 burglaries, 1189 theft, 177 car theft and seven arson killings.
In 2015, it became known that the North Miami Beach police used so-called Mugshots for shooting exercises. In particular, the fact that the majority of people are shot at black people was negatively perceived.