City of Bath Announces June 1 Reopening of City Services


The City of Bath has announced plans to re-open to the public beginning Monday, June 1, 2020. City Hall offices will open by appointment only.  “This is going to be a very controlled reopening of our municipal offices to the public,” said City Manager Peter Owen. “Using ...

Vehicles with Expired Registrations Need to Renew by June 12


Per the Governor’s May 12 Executive Order, all vehicles in Bath with an expired/expiring registration which can be re-registered through the State’s Rapid Renewal Service must renew their registrations by June 12, 2020. If you have a new vehicle which needs to be registered for the...

City of Bath Introduces New Online Payment Platform


The City of Bath has launched a new online payment system to promote remote access to services during the COVID-19 pandemic and emphasize safe interactions between residents and staff as the City prepares a reopening strategy. MuniciPAY, a third-party electronic payment processing platform, is...

Bath Landfill to Reopen Monday, May 18


The Bath Landfill will reopen to Bath residents, non-resident customers, and commercial customers with commercial permits on Monday, May 18, two weeks before the rest of the City’s buildings are slated to reopen on June 1.   “We have established new procedures which will allow...

City of Bath Extends Closure of Most City Facilities to June 1


Bath, ME (April 30, 2020) – The majority of City of Bath facilities will continue to be closed to the general public until Monday, June 1, based on the State’s phased reopening plan and Governor Janet Mills’ “Stay Safer at Home” Executive Order.  “The C...

Governor Mills Introduces Phased Reopening Plan


Governor Mills has extended Maine's stay-at-home order with modifications to allow for activities and business operations deemed safe. The Order will extend through May 31, 2020 but is subject to change. Learn More. In addition, Governor Mills presented her Administration's plan t...

City of Bath Facilities Extend Closure to April 30


To remain in compliance with the Governor's Stay Healthy at Home Order, the City of Bath has extended the closure of City facilities to at least Thursday, April 30, 2020. To learn how to access City services online and over the phone, please visit our coronavirus resource page HERE.

July 14 State Primary Election Absentee Ballots


On April 10, 2020, Governor Janet Mills signed an Executive Order moving Maine's primary election (for offices other than the President) from Tuesday, June 9, 2020 to Tuesday, July 14, 2020. For our area, this election includes the Special Referendum Election and RSU #1 Election. The Ord...

Survey Work on Castine Ave and Union St


The Bath Public Works Department will be conducting preliminary survey work for future projects on Castine Avenue and Union Street during the week of April 20, 2020.  Soil bores will be done in the road on Union Street: a drill rig will drill 3-inch holes in the pavement down to ledge. Th...

Bath City Council Approves Economic Relief Loan Program for Small Businesses


BATH, Maine (April 17, 2020) – In a special meeting to address COVID-19 concerns on April 15, Bath City Council approved funding for an Economic Relief Bridge Loan Program in response to the immediate needs of small businesses affected by the coronavirus pandemic.  The one-time loan...

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