Governor Mills Issues Executive Order


Governor Janet Mills has issued an Executive Order mandating that all restaurants and bars statewide close to dine-in customers effective today, March 18, 2020 at 6:00 p.m. for a period of 14 days until midnight, March 31, 2020. Take-out, delivery, and drive-through options can continue. The E...

Bath Declares State of Emergency


The Bath City Manager has enacted a Proclamation, per guidance from the Council Chair, declaring a state of emergency in the City of Bath.  PROCLAMATION DECLARING STATE OF EMERGENCY This Proclamation states: A civil state of emergency exists within the entire City of Bath. ...

CityBus Services to Close at 5:30pm March 18


Due to the ongoing health crisis, the Bath CityBus will cease operations at 5:30 p.m. on Wednesday, March 18. The earliest we will resume services is 6:00 a.m. on Tuesday, March 31, but that date subject to change. We apologize for the inconvenience.  For more information, please visit th...

Changes to City of Bath Municipal Operations


Bath, ME (March 16, 2020) – As the number of presumptive positive and positive cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) continue to climb, the City of Bath is imposing closures and restrictions of City facilities and services to prevent transmission of illness.  The public should be prepared...

Coronavirus Update


The City continues to closely monitor the coronavirus (COVID-19). Residents with questions and concerns should consult with the most up-to-date information being provided by the U.S. and Maine Centers for Disease Control (CDC). Information and Updates Maine CDC website: https://www.mai...

Sewer Relining Project - Dike-Newell Elementary School Vicinity


The City of Bath has hired a contractor (Granite Inliner, LLC) to perform sanitary sewer "cured-in-place" rehabilitation of the pipe system serving residences in the vicinity of Dike-Newell Elementary School, including all or parts of Windjammer Way, Brown St., Gerald St., High St., Fit...

Trapping Program Update


After a series of public meetings, the City of Bath is moving forward with a trapping plan to reduce the population of rabies carrying species within the city. USDA Wildlife Services, in conjunction with the city of Bath and the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife, has begun impleme...

Coronavirus Information


The City is closely monitoring the spread of coronavirus (COVID-1). For what-you-need-to-know information, please take a moment to review this one-page CDC fact sheet: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/downloads/2019-ncov-factsheet.pdf We will keep residents apprised of the situat...

Announcement of Road Postings


The City of Bath is posting the following roads, effective Friday, February 28 through Friday, May 1: WHISKEAG ROAD from Ridge Road to Oak Grove Avenue. NORTH BATH ROAD from Whiskeag Road to Ridge Road. RIDGE ROAD from Old Brunswick Road to North Bath Road. VARNEY MILL ROAD...from...

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...

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