|• ISO 259||Gannei Tiqwa|
|• Type||Local council (from 1953)|
|• Head of Municipality||Lizy Delaricha|
|• Total||1,842 dunams (1.842 km2 or 455 acres)|
|• Density||9,900/km2 (26,000/sq mi)|
|Name meaning||Gardens of Hope|
Ganei Tikva (Hebrew: גַּנֵּי תִּקְוָה, lit. Gardens of Hope; Arabic: غني تيكفا) is a local council in Israel, bordering Kiryat Ono to the west, Petah Tikva to the north, Gat Rimon to the east and Savyon to the south.
The oldest part is the Shikun Yovel neighborhood. Yismach Moshe, a religious neighborhood, was built in 1962. (During the Shabat, Yismach Moshe is closed to traffic). Givat Savyon was built in 1972, and is considered a high-end apartment building neighborhood. In an attempt to duplicate Givat Savyon's success, Givat Savyon HaHadasha neighborhood was formed on the eastern side, bordering Gat Rimon. The latest addition to Ganei Tikva is the residential neighborhood Ganim.
Ganei Tikva is known for its high standard of living and quality education. It is located in close proximity to Tel Aviv and Gush Dan, and is characterized by a diverse ethnic Jewish mix. The urban pattern includes small detached houses, townhouses and apartment buildings, complemented by mature trees and low traffic levels. In 2017 it had a population of 18,240.
Ganei Tikva has three access roads. On the west, the main entry to Ganei Tikva through Kiryat Ono. This is the preferred entry to Tel Aviv. On the east, through Gat Rimon which allows fast entry to Petah Tikva and Highway 6 through Route 471.
There are five elementary schools (including special education), one junior high school ("Harishonim junior high"), and one high school ("Meitar high school") in Ganei Tikva. Ganei Tikva has won the National Education Award for 2007.
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