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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…

Emergency Rental Assistance Program Applications Open March 1


MaineHousing and Maine Community Action Agencies will be working together to support rent relief for those impacted by the COVID pandemic. Maine has $200 million in rent relief funds from the federal Emergency Rental Assistance Program; this program will provide rental and utility relief payment…

Dog License Deadline Extended to June 2


The annual deadline for dog licensure in Maine is January 31. This year, however, the State has decided to extend the deadline to June 2, 2021. Late fees may be charged after that date. Click Here to view the February 3, 2021, Executive Order Learn More about dog licensing 

Bath City Council Approves Second Economic Relief Loan Program for Small Businesses


BATH, Maine (January 27, 2020) – The City of Bath will offer a second round of one-time loans through its Economic Relief Bridge Program, an initiative which provided $300,000 in loans to 39 small Bath businesses in 2020. This year’s program was recommended by the City’s Economic …

Community Development Block Grant Statement Now Available


The Maine Department of Economic and Community Development recently released its 2021 program statement for the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program. Each year the State of Maine receives a formula allocation of funding from the Department of Housing and Urban Development to be distr…

Mid Coast Hospital Presents to City Council Regarding COVID-19


At the January City Council meeting, Lois Skillings, RN, FACHE, President of Mid Coast Hospital, spoke to City Councilors about COVID-19. Her presentation contained information about community spread, the hospital's second surge plan, and testing options. View Presentation You can al…

Dog Licenses Expire December 31


Dog licensing runs on a calendar year, expiring on December 31st of each year. You may renew your dog license anytime between October 15th and January 31st. You must renew your dog license no later than January 31st of each year, or a $25.00 late fee will be charged, plus registration fee. The late…

New COVID-19 Executive Order


The following excerpts are taken from the December 11, 2020 Press Release issued by the Office of Governor Janet T. Mills: With widespread community transmission and increased COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations in Maine, Governor Janet Mills today signed an Executive Order (PDF) that simplifies…

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