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Landfill Closed April 26-30


The Bath Landfill will be closed Monday, April 26 - Friday, April 30 so that the City can replace our scale house building. Customers may use the Pine Tree Waste West Bath Transfer Station for immediate disposal or recycling needs. Fees for that service must be paid by the customer. FMI call Bath P…

Paving on Middle, Lemont, and Franklin Streets


Beginning Tuesday, April 13, road paving work will commence on: Middle St. (from Robinson to Lemont)Lemont St.Middle St (from Centre St. to Leeman Hwy.)Franklin St. Traffic controls will be in place. Local traffic will be able to reach homes/businesses but there may be delays while equipment is mov…

Public Meeting Notice: Board of Assessment Review


Notice is hereby given that there will be a Public Meeting held via Remote Meeting on April 15, 2021 at 6 PM for the Board of Assessment Review.All residents are invited to attend. Please email dwheeler@cityofbath.com for link to meeting.

Oak Grove Sidewalk Project Starting Soon


The City of Bath applied for a grant from the Maine Department of Transportation in 2013 for funds to construct sidewalks on Oak Grove Avenue, Judkins Avenue, and Old Brunswick Road. The work is expected to begin in early April 2021.For updates and Project POC, please view the Oak Grove Sidewalk Pr…

Spring Cleanup Week Apr 12-17


Spring Cleanup Week for Bath Residents OnlyMonday, April 12 - Friday, April 16  |  7:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.Saturday, April 17  |  8:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.Bath Landfill - 11 Detritus Drive, BathBath residents may bring in (at no cost!):1 Pickup Load of Bulky/Demo Waste1 Pickup Load of Metal2 Tires2 Pickup…

Bath and Brunswick Police Departments Partner with PAARI for One2One Program


The Bath and Brunswick Police Departments have been chosen to join 19 other police departments in Maine and Massachusetts participating in the Police Assisted Addiction and Recovery Initiative’s (PAARI) One2One: Engagement to Recovery program. Piloted in the spring and summer of 2020, the One2One: …

Household Hazardous Waste Preregistration Begins April 12


Do you have materials in your home that you no longer need that you think might be hazardous (paint, bleach, gasoline, etc.)? Then take advantage of the City of Bath's FREE collection event! Household Hazardous Waste Collection Day will be held on Saturday, May 8, 2021, at the Bath Public Works Dep…

Bridge Repair Work Beginning March 24


The Maine DOT will be performing bridge repair work on the Winter Street and Oak Street train overpasses.Weather permitting, the work schedule is as follows:3/24, 3/25 - Winter Street3/26, 3/29 - Oak StreetThrough traffic will be detoured around these work sites during the day, but residents will h…

City Hall is Closed Until March 29


Bath City Hall is closed to the public until Monday, March 29, due to a COVID-19 exposure, but most operations can still be carried out online. Please click here to view online services.  City offices strictly follow Maine CDC guidelines including frequent sanitization, handwashing stations…

Public Meeting - Bath Sidewalk Construction Project


The City of Bath will soon be starting a project to construct new sidewalks on Oak Grove Avenue, Judkins Avenue, and Old Brunswick Road. In addition to the sidewalk construction, the work will include drainage improvements and landscaping. Pratt and Sons, Inc. has been selected to be the general…

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