City Manager News

  • Feb 23 2017
    The City of Bath is posting the following roads effective Monday, February 27 through Friday, April 28, 2017 Whiskeag Road (Ridge Road to Oak Grove Avenue) North Bath Road (Whiskeag Road to Ridge Road) Ridge Road (Old Brunswick Road to North Bath Road) Varney Mill Road (North Bath Road to West Chops Point Road) High Street (Winnegance to West Bath town line) For more information, call 443-8357. ... details
  • Feb 21 2017
    BATH With recent studio upgrades, Bath Community Television (BCTV Channel 14) now offers Live Streaming and Video on Demand 24 hours a day at www.cityofbath.com/bctvondemand. The service will allow online live access to regularly scheduled programming on BCTV and on demand access to content, such as public meetings, sporting events and theater productions. BCTV is a resource provided by the franchise agreement between the City of Bath and Comcast. BCTV originates from Donald Small Schoo... details
  • Feb 21 2017
    The Cemetery Parks Department is seeking a full-time seasonal laborer with basic knowledge of equipment, materials and supplies used in grounds maintenance. High School Diploma or GED or any combination of education and experience which demonstrates the knowledge and experience to perform the work.Preferred Valid Driver s License. Hours are 6:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. with potential overtime. Employment will be contingent on applicant passing a criminal background check, driving record check and... details
  • Feb 1 2017
    The Bath Public Works Department is seeking a full-time truck driver/laborer with experience operating a variety of trucks used in construction and snow plowing. Candidate must have a valid State Operator s and CDL license. Hours are 6:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. and overtime will be required. Successful candidates will be required to live within a thirty-minute commute of the city limits within six months. More information ... details
  • Jan 27 2017
    Ever walk through Library or Waterfront Park and say to yourself 'I wonder what kind of tree that is?' Well, seems like a good question to ask. Trees provide clean air and shade, reduce storm water run-off and heating/cooling costs, and give a communitya sense of place. Thanks impart to a grant from the Maine Forest Service through Project Canopy, information pertaining to Bath trees is a click away. ... details
  • Dec 21 2016
    The Bath Fire Department has received a US$7,838 fire prevention grant from FM Global, one of the world s largest commercial property insurers. FM Global representatives presented the award to Firefighter Kevin Hinds and Fire Chief Lawrence Renaud at the Bath Fire Department located on High Street in Bath. The award will be used to assist with fire prevention activities in the community to help educate the community and reduce the number of fires. Because fire continues to be the leading c... 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