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Bath Trolley Resumes Modified Service May 28


The iconic Bath Trolley, “Charlie,” will resume modified service this summer beginning Friday, May 28. Plexiglass shields have been installed to protect trolley patrons, masking is required, and ridership will be limited to 13 people.The trolley will make its first appearance on Saturday, May 15, o…

Public Hearing - City Budget


The Proposed Budget for the City of Bath for 2021-2022 in accordance with the Charter of the City of Bath, Maine, Chapter VI, Section 609B, Chapter 82, Private and Special Laws, 1947, and amendments thereto with complete detail analysis, is now on display on the City’s website (Click Here to view).…

City Bus to Resume Monday to Friday Service


Beginning Monday, May 3, Bath City Bus will resume Monday to Friday service from 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. and increase capacity to six riders at a time. Appointments will no longer be required except to request pickup at an unscheduled stop or to request transportation to Mid Coast Hospital. To reque…

Maine Lifts Outdoor Masking Requirement


The State of Maine announced on April 27, 2021, that it is removing the requirement that people wear face coverings in outdoor settings. The Maine CDC still recommends that people wear face coverings in outdoor settings where physical distancing is difficult, and face coverings are still required f…

Court Street Sewer Work Beginning May 3


On May 3, 2021, the City of Bath Public Works Dept. will be starting work to replace a 300-foot section of sewer on Court St. The work area is from the easterly intersection of Winslow Court 300-feet to the east (toward High St.).  Westbound traffic on Court St. from High St. will be detoured as sh…

SBA Announces Restaurant Revitalization Fund


The U.S. Small Business Administration has announced the Restaurant Revitalization Fund, which is designed to provide emergency assistance for eligible restaurants, bars, and other qualifying businesses impacted by COVID-19. The American Rescue Plan Act established the Restaurant Revitalization Fun…

Landfill Closed April 26-30


The Bath Landfill will be closed Monday, April 26 - Friday, April 30 so that the City can replace our scale house building. Customers may use the Pine Tree Waste West Bath Transfer Station for immediate disposal or recycling needs. Fees for that service must be paid by the customer. FMI call Bath P…

Paving on Middle, Lemont, and Franklin Streets


Beginning Tuesday, April 13, road paving work will commence on: Middle St. (from Robinson to Lemont)Lemont St.Middle St (from Centre St. to Leeman Hwy.)Franklin St. Traffic controls will be in place. Local traffic will be able to reach homes/businesses but there may be delays while equipment is mov…

Public Meeting Notice: Board of Assessment Review


Notice is hereby given that there will be a Public Meeting held via Remote Meeting on April 15, 2021 at 6 PM for the Board of Assessment Review.All residents are invited to attend. Please email dwheeler@cityofbath.com for link to meeting.

Oak Grove Sidewalk Project Starting Soon


The City of Bath applied for a grant from the Maine Department of Transportation in 2013 for funds to construct sidewalks on Oak Grove Avenue, Judkins Avenue, and Old Brunswick Road. The work is expected to begin in early April 2021.For updates and Project POC, please view the Oak Grove Sidewalk Pr…

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