City Manager News

  • Sep 28 2016
    The City of Bath will receive sealed bids for the Abatement Demolition of the former Nunnery building, located at 2 Sheridan Road in Bath, Maine, until 11:00 AM local time on October 7, 2016 at the Bath City Hall at 55 Front Street, Bath, Maine (bids should be sent to the attention of Scott LaFlamme, Economic Development Director), at which time and place all bids will be publicly opened and read aloud. A Pre-Bid Meeting will be held at the Site on September 28, 2016, at 10:00 AM. Attendance a... details
  • Aug 29 2016
    Paving projects are planned for the fall season with seven roadways to be addressed. Streets to be surfaced include: Edwards St - from Washington to Carriage House Ln reclaim, pave base and surface, reconstruct sidewalk Marshall Avenue Surface only Old Brunswick Rd from Mill Pond to Oak Grove Ave. Some will be surfaced, the remainder will be reclaimed, receive base and surface. Whiskeag Rd from the golf course to North Bath Rd to be reclaimed and receive base course on... details
  • Aug 25 2016
    The City Council authorized the issuance of a Landfill Bond in August that will be put out to referendum at the November 8 Election Day. To allow for more waste to be placed in the City's Landfill the City must construct what will be the Phase 3 cells. These projects include installations of both intermediate and final cover, gas collection system expansion, and landfill liner construction. The projects will be spread out over the 2016 and 2017 construction seasons culminating with the o... details
  • Aug 23 2016
    The Department of Agriculture, Conservation and Forestry (DACF) announces the award of nearly $186,280 for five projects along the Maine coast. The funds, from the DACF Maine Coastal Program, are awarded through the DACF Municipal Planning Assistance Program. The chosen projects will support the coastal economy by helping to enhance fish and shellfish harvests, reduce beach closures, increase public coastal access, revitalize coastal downtowns, and protect island transportation assets. The C... details
  • Aug 18 2016
    You may have seen them out collecting? Folks are everywhere enjoying the outside while interacting with the newest app that's all the rage, Pokemon Go! In parks, on the street, and in the woods Pokemon Go has taken the country, maybe even the world by storm! 'Head down and forward' takes on a whole new meaning with this app! You may have seen our City Arborist and other members of the Forestry Division striking that all too familiar pose of a Pokemon hunter. Well, we are also ou... details
  • Aug 1 2016
    The Business Equipment Tax Reimbursement ( BETR ) Program application period or refunds of property tax paid during 2015 is August 1, 2016 through December 31, 2016. The BETR program is a state program designed to encourage capital investment in Maine. The program reimburses taxpayers for local property taxes paid on most qualified business property. To qualify, qualified business property must have been first placed in service in Maine after April 1, 1995. More information ... details
  • Aug 1 2016
    Each year, thousands of Mainers use millions of syringes, pen needles and lancets or sharps to control medical conditions like diabetes, arthritis and allergies. Stockpiling used sharps in the home or improper disposal by throwing them in the trash or flushing them down the toilet puts you and your family, janitorial and solid waste staff, and the general public at risk for accidental and painful needle sticks that can lead to infection, tetanus and transmission of diseases. DEP Sharps Disp... details
  • Jun 3 2016
    The Bath Trolley provides transportation for residents of the City of Bath and its visitors through the historic sea-faring city. The Fare for a One-Way Trolley ride is only $1.00 except for Advertised Specials. Annual Membership with unlimited riding privileges are available for $20. The 2016 Bath Trolley schedule is now available. ... details
  • May 26 2016
    MaineDOT contractors will begin excavation and drainage work along Leeman Highway next week, immediately after Memorial Day. The work will get underway in the area under the High Street Bridge and will progress toward the Washington Street intersection under the Central Maine and Quebec Railway lines. During the progress of this work, drivers should expect shifts in traffic. Work zone signs, barrels and cones will be placed to guide drivers and pedestrians around work areas. Intermittent l... details
  • Jan 8 2016
    The Maine Department of Transportation is planning a bridge superstructure replacement on the West Approach Bridge (the Viaduct) during 2016-2017. For more information ... details