City Bus Temporary Detour


8-6-2020 Update: The bus is no longer taking a detour on Marshall and Pine Streets. Due to construction work on the Paul L. Davis Memorial Bridge and Weeks Street, patrons of the Bath City Bus will notice a few temporary changes to the South Loop. The bus will now travel Richardson Street to a...

Composting Kiosk is MOVING


On August 3, 2020, the self-service composting kiosk located in front of the Bath Skate Park and Teen Center at 4 Old Brunswick Road will be moving to a NEW location: The Bath Public Works Department at 450 Oak Grove Avenue. If you have any questions, please contact Bath Public Works at 443-...

Paul Davis Bridge Project


Construction is commencing on-or-about Monday, July 27, 2020, on the Paul L. Davis Memorial Bridge, located where High Street passes over Route 1. This work is scheduled to complete in October/November of 2020.  Traffic Impacts: The Paul Davis Memorial Bridge on High Street will b...

2020 Tax Club Enrollment Open


The Tax Club is a program that allows residents of the City of Bath spread out their property tax bill in twelve (12) monthly installments instead of a single payment. The program is only available on a taxpayer's primary residence and is not available on commercial, industrial, personal or r...

July 14 Election Results - Bath


Results from the City of Bath are available from the July 14 State Primary and Special Referendum Election. The election results were ratified by Bath City Council on July 15. View Bath election results

South End Sewer Project


The City of Bath will be starting a sewer improvement project in the South End beginning around August 1 and continuing for several months. The City has contracted with Crooker Construction, LLC, to perform the work. The project is expected to be completed by December 2020. In prepar...

Governor Mills Strengthens Enforcement of Face Covering Requirement


Along with extending Maine's State of Civil Emergency to August 6, Governor Mills has also issued an Executive Order requiring large retail businesses (specifically those with more than 50,000 square feet of shopping space), restaurants, outdoor bars, tasting rooms, and lodging establishments...

Bath Gets Creative to Support Local Business


The City of Bath is providing expanded pedestrian areas to allow small businesses to expand onto sidewalks and provide physical distancing to safely shop downtown. The initiative is part of a community campaign called “For the Love of Bath.” The City’s plans are being funded,...

City of Bath Rabies Management Report Released


USDA Animal and Plant Health Inspection Services’ Wildlife Services has released the results of their integrated wildlife damage management program in Bath.  The program, which took place from March 16 to March 30, 2020, was designed to reduce population densities of locally abundan...

Bath City Hall Eases Toward “Business As Usual”


7/2/2020 UPDATE: If you have election-related business (like absentee ballots) please call the City Clerk's Office ahead of your visit at (207) 443-8332. This will help ensure that everyone's business at City Hall is handled in a timely manner.  Based on public health recommendati...

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