City of Bath Invites Second Round of Public Feedback on Morse High School Reuse Study


The City of Bath is seeking its second round of public feedback as part of the Morse High School Reuse Options Study with a virtual workshop that will go live today, Friday, October 16. The virtual workshop will involve reviewing three conceptual options for reuse of the building and the site. F…

Citizen Involvement Day Award Recipients


The City of Bath celebrated Citizen Involvement Day on Saturday, October 10, 2020. Congratulations to this year's award recipients!  Citizen of the Year: Stephen August Community service does not always draw attention; sometimes it takes the form of behind-the-scenes, “nuts…

City of Bath Emphasizes CDC Guidelines for Halloween


The City of Bath is encouraging residents and visitors to review U.S. and State of Maine CDC guidelines for a safe celebration of fall events, like Halloween.  The CDC has labeled traditional trick-or-treating, and indoor activities, such as costume parties and haunted houses, as “hig…

State of Maine Announces Stage 4 of Reopening Start Date


The State of Maine has announced that Maine will move into Stage 4 of the Plan to Restart Maine's Economy beginning Tuesday, October 13, 2020. Stage 4 increases limited on indoor seating to 50 percent capacity of permitted occupancy, or 100 people – whichever is less – and maintains…

New Morse High School Building Site Vandalized


On September 27th 2020 Bath Police responded to the new Morse High School building site for a report of vandalism called in by the construction crew. The vandalism consisted of broken windows, graffiti, tampering with construction supplies, and significant damage to school furniture that was stored…

Virtual Non-Profit Fair - Citizen Involvement Day 2020


Citizen Involvement Day is happening on Saturday, October 10, but we are unable to host our usual non-profit fair this year. Instead, the City invited local non-profits to submit short video promotions so that the community can learn about the great work they do. Beginning Saturday, October 3, we …

Sample Ballots for Nov. 3 Election Available


Sample ballots for the November 3, 2020, election are now available. Click to view sample ballots for: State of Maine General Election - November 3, 2020 City of Bath Municipal Election - City Councilor Ward 1 - November 3, 2020 City of Bath Municipal Election - City Councilor Ward 6 -…

Applications OPEN for Maine's Economic Recovery Grant Program


Applications are open for the second phase Maine's Economic Recovery Grant Program. Phase 2 will make available approximately $95 million in remaining funds from Phase 1 and expand access to the program by increasing the number of eligible businesses and non-profits.  Mid Coast Economic…

City Council Candidates


The following candidates will be on the Municipal ballots during the November 3, 2020, Election: At Large (2 year term to expire in 2022): Julie Ambrosino Brandon Sewall At Large (3 year term to expire in 2023): Elizabeth Dingley Jason Homan Jamison Pacheco Robert S…

Early Voting at City Hall for Nov. 3 Election


The City’s Early Voting Polling Place for the November 3 State General & Municipal Election will be set up in the Basement Conference room at City Hall (55 Front Street).  Regular Hours: Monday, October 5 through Friday, October 30, 8:30 a.m. - 12 p.m. and 1 p.m. - 4 p.m. (weekda…

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