• Brexit Information Point

    Barcelona City Council makes two specific resources available to individuals and businesses with information regarding the Brexit scenario: a set of practical digital contents with useful links and a face-to-face help desk in Barcelona city.
  • City commitment to the 2030 Agenda

    Are you aware of the 17 sustainable development goals?
  • New lines of funding for research and innovation projects

    Barcelona City Council and ”la Caixa” are allocating a total of €900.000 to promote projects that revolve around two thematic areas: ageing and quality of life, and mobility and respect for and protection of the environment.
  • Barcelona Cuida

    Barcelona Care Centre is a pioneering centre that aims to showcase all the city's existing care resources and make them available to everyone.
  • Share the values of 21st-century republicanism!

    Discover the Republican Spring's 24 activities
  • Barcelona Sharing Cities Summit

    From 12 to 15 November, Barcelona will be the venue for the summit on the collaborative economy.
  • The Barcelona City Council launches the first Public Procurement Fair

    80 future contracts will be exposed totalling more than 540 million euros.
  • Smart City Week Barcelona (November 5-11)

    As a prelude to the Smart City World Expo, the city will be packed between 5 and 11 November with talks, workshops, visits and activities for all ages, exploring what smarty cities of the future will be like and how we will all be living, moving about and interacting with one other.
  • Join in the Social and Solidarity Economy!

    The City Council is offering a whole range of resources, services and facilities, as well as funding, so people can live with the Social and Solidarity Economy.
  • Hypatia European Science Prize

    Barcelona City Council, in collaboration with Academia Europaea’s Barcelona Knowledge Hub (AE-BKH), is organising the first edition of the Hypatia European Science Prize. 


  • Barcelona Science Plan

    Barcelona City Council presents the Barcelona Science Plan, whose goal is to promote Barcelona as the European capital of research and innovation.
  • Llobregat Delta Strategy

    Launched by Barcelona, Hospitalet de Llobregat and El Prat de Llobregat City Councils, a strategy is to be presented for a more natural, public Llobregat delta with a more inclusive economic activity.
  • The rebellions of 68, the need to be radical

    The Commissioner for Memory Programmes has opened a programme commemorating the 50th anniversary of the protests of 1968, offering a variety of activities between May and November.

  • Barcelona cooperativa

    The social and solidarity economy is an economic model that needs to be promoted and fostered in the city. That is why we support it in Barcelona.
  • Barcelona, science and digital technology

    Barcelona aims to bring about a transition towards a technological sovereignty that will enable the municipal government and city residents to decide on what their priorities are, the direction they wish to take and the ethical use of technological innovations with a clear social impact.
  • Aid in hiring to promote quality employment in Bar

    Subsidy programme for employment contracts, promoted by Barcelona Activa to help with your company’s costs when contracting new staff and to help promote quality jobs in the city.
  • Barcelona Budget 2018

    Documents and data relating to the 2018 municipal budget, a key tool for public management, for planning, programming, controlling, monitoring and evaluating municipal action.
  • Local commerce

    Promotion of local commerce in the city which highlights the economic and social benefits of shopping in the local neighbourhood and generating more responsible and sustainable consumption.
  • Another approach to economics

    Barcelona City Council aims to transform the city, moving towards greater social justice by promoting a social and solidarity economy.

Latest news


The 8th edition of the Conciliation and Time Award is open

Barcelona Award 2019. The event aims to recognize, promote and disseminate the work of other companies and organizations that favor the conciliation of their personnel, the co-responsibility and balance of the labor, personal, care...

Urbanisme de gènere,

Snapshot of Barcelona’s 1,650,000 inhabitants, the highest number since 1991

Municipal register. The municipal register offers a picture of a growing, diverse and progressively ageing population.


Confidence in the evolution of Barcelona

City Council. These are the results of the six-monthly barometer, based on 799 telephone interviews conducted between 28 May and 7 June.

What we do

Public policies that boost the city’s economic activity, foster the creation of stable and quality employment and enrich not just the innovative ecosystem but also non-speculative collaborative economies. Més info
Promote bilateral relations and joint work with the world's main cities not just to exchange knowledge but also to drive common policies. And strengthen Barcelona’s participation in the main international bodies and networks. Més info
We are committed to a digital city by making the most of the profound technological transformation that Barcelona is experiencing. The key tool is an inclusive technology for having a more prosperous and yet friendlier and more creative city. Més info
Guarantee the sustainability of tourism in the city, by reducing its negative impact and ensuring its benefits return to the entire city. Més info
Recover and disseminate Barcelona’s democratic memory through historical-reparation, memory and ethical-heritage initiatives from the public that have been democratising social relations. Més info