|Município de Barueri|
Flor vermelha que encanta
|Metropolitan Region||Metropolitan Region of São Paulo|
|• Mayor||Rubens Furlan (PSDB)|
|• Total||65.705 km2 (25.369 sq mi)|
|Elevation||719 m (2,359 ft)|
|• Density||4,000.29/km2 (10,360.7/sq mi)|
|Time zone||UTC-3 (Brasilia Official Time)|
|• Summer (DST)||UTC-2 (Brazilian Daylight Saving Time)|
|Area code||+55 11|
Barueri (Portuguese pronunciation: [bɐˌɾu.eˈɾi] or [baɾweˈɾi]) is a Brazilian municipality in the State of São Paulo located in the northwestern part of the Metropolitan Region of São Paulo. The population is 276,982 (2020 est.) in an area of 65.70 km2 (25.37 sq mi).
Its boundaries are Santana de Parnaíba to the north, Osasco in the east, Carapicuíba in the Southeast, Jandira to the south and southwest, and Itapevi the west. The city is served by the trains of line 8 of the Companhia Paulista de Trens Metropolitanos (literally São Paulo Metropolitan Railway Company), (CPTM).
Barueri means "Red flower that amazes" in a Tupi–Guarani language. According to historians, the history of Barueri dates back to November 11, 1560 with the establishment of Nossa Senhora Da Escada Chapel by jesuit missionary José de Anchieta and his further settlement. The hamlet grew to the point of the construction, in 1870 of the Sorocabana Railway that initiated its duties in 1875 turning Barueri into an important point of connection between São Paulo, Santana de Parnaíba and Pirapora do Bom Jesus. Still belonging to the city of Santana de Parnaíba, Barueri was established as an independent city on December 24, 1948 due to its growth. In 1964, the city's territory shrank to two thirds of its original size when Carapicuíba emancipated from it.
The most notable football (soccer) club in the city is Grêmio Barueri, which plays at Arena Barueri, in 2009 played in the Brazilian top league. In February 2010 the team was moved to Presidente Prudente, a city that is located in western São Paulo (state). After moving to Presidente Prudente the team's new home stadium was Estádio Eduardo José Farah, which has a maximum capacity of 44,414 people.
- IBGE 2020
- "Lei Complementar nº 1.139, de 16 de junho de 2011". Archived from the original on 2015-10-01. Retrieved 2015-09-30.
- Instituto Brasileiro de Geografia e Estatística