Miami Gardens is essentially a vast collection of different types of neighborhoods that surround it. These neighborhoods once used to be situated in unincorporated parts of the county which also included Scott Lake, Opa Lock North, Bunche Park, and Carol City. As the city progressed and had some developments, a large number of African Americans with middle and upper incomes relocated to Miami Gardens. The influx of people has been rising in this city for a very long period. It is precisely why Miami Garden’s population has rose to a staggering 114000 people. What is even more surprising about this is that the population will only increase in the years to come.
More than seventy percent of this city consists of African Americans, around twenty five percent of Miami garden residents are Hispanic, while the white population is just below three percent. Therefore, it would be safe to say that as far as diversity goes, very few cities come close to toppling Miami Gardens. Although most of the families that reside in this city are either middle class or upper class, almost twenty five percent of them live below poverty level.