Hod Hasharon to live in the city, to feel in the village. Hod Hasharon, which has a population of about 51,000, is known as the largest rural city in Israel, thanks to the fact that half of the city's area is ground-level construction. This is the reason for the low population density in the city. Which in addition is the lowest population density among the cities of the Sharon region. In recent years, the city has benefited from accelerated development and construction processes, which are embroidered alongside strict preservation of environmental values, in accordance with the city's character. Thus, the city has some of the largest parks in the country, plenty of gardens, ornamental corners and playgrounds, one of the best education systems in Israel, sports fields and more. All of these have made Hod Hasharon the most sought after by young families, who flock to it every year and turn it into a city with a high positive migration balance in the Sharon area. The young families, join the quality and old residents of the city, who are located in improved and designed residential districts, in a city that is dominated by green vegetation. The city enjoys high accessibility to all parts of the country, thanks to the intercity roads that surround it, 4, 5, 6, 531 and the train stations. Hod Hasharon, for all its virtues, is also an example of urban growth and is considered one of the planned cities in the country. Of its municipal area, which stands at about 20,000 dunams, half is intended for future planning and development - this is the largest amount of land reserves for construction and development in the area!