Approximately 38,000 people work for the City of Stockholm. You meet us in schools and nursing homes, at museums and libraries, when you visit the City's sports facilities, or when you apply for a building permit.
Head of Communication
The Executive Office is the City Executive Board's Administration, commissioned to assist the City Council and the Executive Board in their assignment to efficiently lead and co-ordinate the municipal activties.
Head of Communication - City Districts
The district councils are responsible for a large proportion of the City’s overall operation. In all matters concerning healthcare or other municipal services, you should contact your district administration. Some districts also run their own citizens' advice bureaux. Stockholm consists of 14 city districts.
Head of Communication - Specialist Administrations
Specialist committees deal with issues of interest to the City as a whole, but not considered suitable for decentralisation. The City of Stockholm is made out of 17 specialist administrations.
Head of Communication - Companies
Some of the City’s activities are run as corporate enterprises. Most companies are coordinated by Stockholms Stadshus AB, which acts as the group board. There are 17 City owned companies.
For information on the City's politics, please contact the press officers in the respective divisions and Party Secretariats. The governing mayors belong to different divisions, while the oppositional mayors belong to a Party Secretariat.
Logo and brand
S:t Erik is the logo of the City of Stockholm. It should only be used when the City of Stockholm is the sender. You can download the brand manual and logo here.