City Manager News

  • Jul 13 2018
    The City of Bath is accepting applications for the position of Director of Planning and Development. This full-time position performs a variety of technical and professional work in preparation and implementation of planning, economic, and community development programs, plans, services and grants. Participates as a member of the City Manager s leadership team and provides leadership and direction in the development of short- and long-range plans, including capital improvements. Works with munic... details
  • Jul 13 2018
    The City of Bath is accepting applications for the position of Public Works Foreman. This is a full-time position that performs a variety of administrative, technical, and supervisory tasks in the direction of the streets, sewer, and shop divisions of the Public Works Department. Knowledge of street and pipe construction means and methods, equipment operation and repair, and municipal snow plowing is required. Applicant must have the ability to use a computer to communicate and perform record ... 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
  • Jul 1 2018
    Tax Club enrollment forms are available in July of each year in the Treasurer's Office and are due by August 15. Taxpayers must be current on taxes and the property must be the taxpayer s primary residence in order to be eligible to participate in Tax Club. Tax Club is not available on commercial, industrial, personal or rental properties. The Tax Club is a program that allows residents of the City of Bath to spread out their property tax bill in 12 monthly installments instead of a sin... details
  • Feb 27 2018
    The City of Bath has received a grant of $2,300,000 and a loan of $6,500,000 from the U.S. Department of Agriculture Rural Development Program to improve its wastewater system. The City is committed to providing dependable services for its users, while at the same time ensuring the local environment is adequately protected from untreated wastewater. The Sewer Department serves 3,218 users and is requesting $8.8MM in Rural Development assistance for infrastructure improvements in its greater d... details