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  • Oct 15 2018
    The Bath Public Works Department is holding a sale of City property. Public viewing for these items is October 15-19 at the Public Works Department Quonset Hut at 450 Oak Grove Avenue. Bids must be received at Bath Public Works by October 19, 2018 at Noon All bid forms must be in a sealed envelope One bid form may be used for multiple items Unsealed bids will NOT be considered Bids will be opened at noon on October 19, 2018. Winners will be notified by October 22, 2018 All sal... details
  • Oct 11 2018
    The City of Bath Police Department is opening the hiring process for the position of full-time Traffic Safety Officer. This position will be responsible for parking management in the City, which includes enforcement, tracking, billing, and other related tasks. The position will also provide support for other public safety functions. More information ... details
  • Sep 20 2018
    Paving activity in the City of Bath will begin Sept. 24 and should be concluded in 2-3 weeks. Existing pavement will be removed and new pavement will be placed. Residents should expect impacts to traffic flow as well as noise and dust. We appreciate your patience and understanding while we make these necessary improvements to Bath s infrastructure. These streets include: East Milan Washington (North to Summer) High (North to RR bridge) South High (Centre to Route 1 bridge) Mi... details
  • Aug 31 2018
    The second phase of the North Street Reconstruction Project is scheduled to begin Tuesday, September 4, 2018, and last approximately three weeks. This phase is focused on reconstructing the roadway surface and sidewalk from High Street to Washington Street. The road will be closed to all through traffic for portions of the project. Detours will be in place generally using Oak Street. Pedestrians will be detoured completely. Residents of the immediate project area will be able to access their... details
  • Aug 2 2018
    The City Council voted August 1 to extend the City's moratorium on adult-use and medical marijuana establishments (second passage on Sept. 5) for an additional 180 days. City staff anticipates starting its rules and regulations' process this fall. If you're interested in learning more about the latest legal updates to adult-use and medical marijuana, visit the Maine Municipal Association's Marijuana Resources page. For more information ... details
  • Jul 12 2018
    In 2016, residents of Richardson Street approached City Councilors about speeding and excessive volumes in their neighborhood. After initial study and first-tier traffic calming approaches, City Staff, working with the Transportation Committee, have proceeded with a comprehensive planning process to enhance the quality of life in the neighborhood using Traffic Calming techniques. Learn more ... details