City Clerk News

  • Nov 26 2019
    The City of Bath s Special Events Ordinance will become law on Wednesday, November 27. The ordinance, which was unanimously approved by City Council, seeks to promote and permit safe special events to ensure public health, peace, and safety. The term special event has been defined to include any event in which attendance is anticipated to be 100 people or more, and in which the City (whether through reservation of City owned or controlled property or through an increased level of City servi... details
  • Nov 20 2019
    With winter approaching, the City of Bath reminds owners and/or occupants of properties in the downtown area of their responsibility for removing snow and ice from the sidewalks adjacent to their sites after a storm, and icicles that overhang streets or sidewalks when they form. The streets ordinance requires that snow be removed within 4 hours of the end of a storm during the day, or before 10 AM of the next day if the storm ends after dark, excluding Sundays. It is not necessary to do sno... details
  • Nov 19 2019
    Bath has seen 14 cases of rabies during 2019; the most recent case was reported to the Maine Center for Disease Control Prevention on November 8. Rabies were identified in several mammals, including grey and red foxes, skunks, and raccoons. The City urges residents to follow simple prevention guidelines to protect family members and pets from exposure to rabies. Refrain from feeding stray or wild animals, including birds. Bird feeders can attract smaller mammals, like chipmunks and squir... details
  • Nov 14 2019
    It will be unlawful for the operator or owner to cause, allow, or permit any vehicle to be parked on any street within the City of Bath, for a period of time longer than 30 minutes, between the hours of 12:00 a.m. (midnight) and 6:00 a.m. of any day, from November 15, 2019 to March 15, 2020 (bona fide emergency calls exempt). Municipal Parking Lots: It shall be unlawful to cause, allow, or permit any vehicle to be parked in any Municipal Parking Lot overnight between November 15, 2019 and Mar... details
  • Nov 6 2019
    Results of the November 5, 2019 municipal election: State Referendum Election Totals BOND ISSUE - QUESTION 1: YES 937 NO 197 BLANKS 2 CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT - QUESTION 2: YES 937 NO 196 BLANKS 3 City of Bath Election Totals COUNCILOR AT LARGE TOTAL MARI HUOTARI EOSCO 988 BLANKS 130 WRITE-INS ... details
  • Oct 22 2019
    Bath City Council voted to approve amendments to the City s Refuse Ordinance, which will go into effect on Wednesday, October 23. The amendments include eligibility changes to the City s curbside collection program and a cost increase to City Pay-As-You-Throw (PAYT) trash bags. The changes seek to not only address the increasing costs of Bath s landfill, curbside collection services, and continued subsidization of the landfill fund by tax revenues, but to also incentivize recycling and compostin... details
  • Oct 3 2019
    The State Referendum/Municipal Ward Candidates, Charter Amendment/RSU #1, School Board of Directors Election will be held on Tuesday, November 5, 2019. All voting will take place at the Bath Middle School, 6 Old Brunswick Road. Polls open at 8:00 a.m. and will close at 8:00 p.m. Questions may be directed to the City Clerk's Office at: 207-443-8332 Sample Ballots Ward 5 Ballot - Sample Ward 7 Ballot - Sample Wards 1-2-3-4-6 Ballot/RSU #1 School Board of Directors Ballot - Sample ... details
  • Sep 3 2019
    On Tuesday, September 10, 2019, the Bath City Clerk s Office will be closed so that they may attend the annual Maine Town and City Clerks Association s Networking Day and meeting. We apologize for any inconvenience. ... details