The City House, headquarters of the Mataró City Council, is located at Riera Street, 48, in the city centre of Mataró, in the Maresme region.
The original building was constructed in 1635 by Jaume Vendrell. Not much remains of this original building, since in 1867, this building was modified by the architect Miquel Garriga i Roca.
This building consists of a ground floor, two storeys high and an attic. Nowadays, it can be considered, this building, of neoclassical style, with triangular pediments over the three main balconies. There are also medallions, with the faces of illustrious residents on the lintels. These mataronins are Jaume Creus, Antoni Puig and Damià Campeny.
In addition, the main entrance is flanked by statues representing prudence and justice, the work of Josep A. Santigosa.