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2021 Municipal Candidates


Official Announcement of Municipal Candidates - City of BathPursuant to the Bath City Charter, Chapter IX, Nominations & Elections, Section 906 Certifications, Publication, the following registered voters of Bath have been duly certified as the nominated candidates for the municipal election fo…

City Council Nomination Papers


Nomination papers for the following City Council positions will be available on Tuesday, July 6, 2021, through Tuesday, August 17, 2021 at the City Clerk's Office (55 Front Street, Bath). City Councilor Ward Two - Term to expire December 2024City Councilor Ward Three - Term to expire December 2024C…

FY20 Annual Report


The City of Bath Annual Report for fiscal year 2020 (July 1, 2019 - June 30, 2020) is now available. This year's report includes extra content about the history of Bath in honor of the Maine Bicentennial - special thanks goes to the Patten Free Library's Sagadahoc History & Genealogy Room and t…

City Sponsors Low Cost Rabies Vaccination Clinic on Sunday, June 20


Keep your pets healthy - make sure their rabies vaccination is up-to-dateMidcoast Humane, in collaboration with the City of Bath, is offering a low cost rabies vaccination clinic for dogs and cats at the Bath Regional Information Center (former train depot, 15 Commercial Street). Due to COVID-19, t…

Results from RSU1 Budget Validation Election


6/10/21 Update - Election results were ratified by City Council on June 9, 2021.Results are available from the June 8, 2021, Regional School Unit 1 Budget Validation Referendum. Election results will go before Bath City Council for ratification on June 9, 2021. View Results

Maine to Adopt U.S. CDC’s New COVID-19 Guidance


On Friday, May 14, The State of Maine announced that fully vaccinated Americans will not have to wear face coverings indoors, effective May 24. Maine will also lift the physical distancing requirement at indoor public settings where people are eating or drinking and therefore would be removing thei…

Updates to Moving Maine Forward Plan


Starting May 24th, capacity limits lifted & physical distancing requirements easedOn May 13, 2021, the State of Maine updated its public health protocols under the Moving Maine Forward Plan.Effective May 24th, Maine will:lift all capacity limits and requirements to physically distance in all pu…

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).…

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.

City Hall is Closed Until March 29


Bath City Hall is closed to the public until Monday, March 29, due to a COVID-19 exposure, but most operations can still be carried out online. Please click here to view online services.  City offices strictly follow Maine CDC guidelines including frequent sanitization, handwashing stations…

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