Democratic memory. Ceremony for justice, responsibility and gratitude towards volunteers from around the wold who fought to defend republican values.
Institutional declaration regarding the situation in the city following the prison sentences for pro-independence leaders
City Council. The Mayor, Ada Colau, has called for dialogue, rejecting violence and expressing concern for those injured during the protests in the city this week.
Institutional declaration about the sentence given to pro-independence leaders by the Spanish Supreme Court
City Council. Statement by the Mayor, Ada Colau, regarding the prison sentence handed down to pro-independence leaders by the Spanish Supreme Court.
Environment. Proposals by Ada Colau at the World Mayors Summit in Copenhagen to combat the climate crisis.
City Police. Medals and awards presented to police officers and other security corps and entities.
Energy rights. Institutional declaration for the electricity company to comply with the law.
Mayor's Office. The Government Commission will be holding sessions in each of the city’s districts over the next ten weeks.
Environment. The Mayor calls for action to be speeded up and for UN-led collaboration and funding between states and cities.
Mobility. The by-law will come into force on 1 January 2020 and affect 125,000 vehicles in the next four years.
Security and prevention. The first meeting of the Local Security Board for this term of office also produced a commitment to re-open the complaints office in Plaça de Catalunya.
City Council. The priorities for this term of office have been set out and the first meeting with Catalan president will be on 30 July.
New term of office. Ada Colau will lead a city government team with six Deputy Mayor’s Offices, headed by Jaume Collboni, Janet Sanz, Laia Bonet, Laura Pérez, Albert Batlle and Joan Subirats.