Community Development News

  • Dec 3 2019
    This evening's public meeting hosted by the Maine DOT has been postponed due to inclement weather. The rescheduled date is TBD. ... details
  • Nov 25 2019
    By now eligible property owners should have received a notice from the City of Bath about the Facade Improvement Grant Program. This program promotes economic development and stimulates business opportunities through a public-private partnership that offers economic incentives for the renovation, restoration, and preservation of the exterior of commercial and mixed used properties throughout many of the commercial areas in the City of Bath. The deadline to apply for 2020 grants is Dec.31, 20... 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
  • Sep 13 2019
    The City of Bath, Maine, is seeking a Consultant to conduct a Reuse Study for Morse High School, located at 826 High Street, Bath, Maine. The purpose of the study is to define and evaluate reuse of Morse High School facilities and site, including site assessment, building analysis, feedback and reuse options. View RFP Details Deadline: Three copies of the proposal should be sent to: Marc Meyers, Assistant City Manager, City of Bath, 55 Front St., Bath, ME 04530, postmarked by October 25, ... details
  • Sep 11 2019
    Media Contact: Lindsey Goudreau at 207-443-8330 or lgoudreau@cityofbath.com Bath, ME (September 11, 2019) The City of Bath has released the results of the South End Transportation Study. This report was part of a year-long partnership between the City, Bath Iron Works (BIW), and the Maine Department of Transportation to help improve the safety of pedestrians, make improvements to parking, and reduce the impact of traffic on nearby streets. The City will be using this report to help make ... details