MDIFW, USDA Wildlife Services, City of Bath Working Together On Rabies Issue In Bath


The safety and health of our residents is the foremost concern of the City of Bath. The City is actively coordinating with USDA officials regarding the effort to trap rabies vector animals. This effort results from multiple rabies attacks and exposures reported over the past 13 months. A public m...

Elm-Front Street Redesign Project - Feedback Needed!


The City of Bath and its consultant, TJDA, has completed work on design alternative concept options for the area of Elm and Front Streets. Check out the website and participate in the survey. Public feedback will help refine this design moving forward as we look  to improve this area in the ...

Bath Police Department Invests in Lower Emissions; Cost Savings with New Ford Hybrid SUV


The City’s blue is going green: The Bath Police Department has purchased its first hybrid vehicle; a 2020 Ford Explorer Limited Hybrid.  “As the City begins to look at our carbon footprint, we should be looking at ways to reduce it,” said Chief of Police Michael Field. &...

Maine Presidential Primary Election - Absentee Ballots


The Maine Presidential Primary (Democratic and Republican) and Special State Referendum will be held on March 3, 2020. Absentee ballots are available online (Click Here) or you may request one at the Bath City Clerk's Office (55 Front Street) any time before February 27. The City Clerk's ...

Landfill - New Friday Hours


Please note that, until further notice, the Bath Landfill will be closing early on Fridays. New hours: Monday - Thursday: 7:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Friday: 7:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Learn more about the Landfill

Front Street Banner 2020 Reservations Now Open


Front Street Banner reservations for 2020 are now open – please see the requirements below.  City of Bath Front Street Banner Requirements Banners may be hung over Front Street for Bath non-profit and civic groups to promote events in the City of Bath. Banners will be hung for&nb...

Community Development Block Grants


The City is reviewing opportunities for 2020 in the State’s Community Development Block Grant Program. Since 1992, the City has received more than $12 million in CDBG funds to achieve local community and economic development activities. For more information about the City's participatio...

Rabies Resource Page


Given the high number of cases within the City this year, we invited experts from the State to come to City Hall and field questions from the public on December 17. Representatives from the Maine CDC, Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife, and Department of Agriculture, Conservation and For...

New Special Events Ordinance Will Protect Public Health, Peace, and Safety


The City of Bath’s Special Events Ordinance will become law on Wednesday, November 27. The ordinance, which was unanimously approved by City Council, seeks to promote and permit safe special events to ensure public health, peace, and safety. The term “special event” has been ...

Downtown Sidewalk Snow Removal


With winter approaching, the City of Bath reminds owners and/or occupants of properties in the downtown area of their responsibility for removing snow and ice from the sidewalks adjacent to their sites after a storm, and icicles that overhang streets or sidewalks when they form.  The stre...

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