Info on Mailed Absentee Ballot Request Forms


Many campaigns and get-out-the-vote organizations are mailing voters absentee ballot request forms to fill out and return to their City Hall.  You are not required to fill this out and send it in, but you may do so if you wish to request an absentee ballot and have it mailed to you. …

Nomination Papers Available for Bath City Council At Large Seat


The City of Bath is scheduled to hold a Special Election on Tuesday, November 3, 2020, to fill a vacancy for City Councilor At Large (term to expire December 2022).  Nomination papers will be available on Friday, September 4, 2020 through Tuesday, September 22, 2020 at the City Clerk’…

Public Notice from Maine DEP


The following public notice was provided to the City by the Maine Department of Environmental Protection. View Notice As the notice states, a copy of the Memorandum Agreement is available at the City Clerk's Office (55 Front St, Bath). Any comments on the proposed document should be maile…

Secure Absentee Ballot Box Available to Bath Voters in Mid-September


Due to ongoing public concerns over the security of mail-in absentee ballots, the City of Bath will be installing a high security ballot box at City Hall in mid-September.  Once the ballot box is in place, ballots will be collected at the beginning and end of each day that the City Clerk&rs…

Morse High School Redevelopment and Reuse Survey Results


Results from June’s survey regarding the Morse High School redevelopment and reuse are now available on the City’s website. The next round of public feedback Is planned to take place in September of 2020. This survey is part of the Morse High School Reuse Options Study that Harriman …

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

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 recommendation…

Bath City Bus Reopens for Service Tuesdays and Thursdays Beginning July 7 By Reservation


After several months of closure due to COVID-19, the Bath City Bus will resume service on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. beginning July 7.  To maintain proper distancing between the bus driver and riders, only two seats will be open on the bus at a time. Riders are asked…

City Council Nomination Papers Available June 30


NOMINATION PAPERS CITY OF BATH Nomination papers for the following positions: CITY COUNCIL POSITIONS City Councilor Ward One - Term to expire December 2023 City Councilor Ward Six - Term to expire December 2023 City Councilor At Large - Term to expire December 2022 City Councilor…

In Person Absentee Voting Begins June 22 By Appointment


In person absentee voting for the Maine Primary and Special Election 2020 will start on Monday, June 22 by appointment only. If possible we would appreciate that you request your ballot by writing, phone, or online, to limit the number of people at City Hall. A reminder that face masks are …

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