Bath Gets Creative to Support Local Business


The City of Bath is providing expanded pedestrian areas to allow small businesses to expand onto sidewalks and provide physical distancing to safely shop downtown. The initiative is part of a community campaign called “For the Love of Bath.&...

Public Feedback Needed for Morse Study


The City of Bath is seeking its first round of public feedback as part of the Morse High School Reuse Options Study with a virtual workshop that will go live today, Friday, June 12. Following the initial public meeting about Morse redevelopment...

Szanton Company Housing Development Presentation


The Szanton Company is proposing a housing development to add 50 apartments in downtown Bath, utilizing the former Bath Area Family YMCA property (26 Summer Street) and Moses (24 Summer Street) and Columbia (168-194 Front Street). The Szanton...

City of Bath Announces June 1 Reopening of City Services


The City of Bath has announced plans to re-open to the public beginning Monday, June 1, 2020. City Hall offices will open by appointment only.  “This is going to be a very controlled reopening of our municipal offices to the public,&...

City of Bath Extends Closure of Most City Facilities to June 1


Bath, ME (April 30, 2020) – The majority of City of Bath facilities will continue to be closed to the general public until Monday, June 1, based on the State’s phased reopening plan and Governor Janet Mills’ “Stay Safer at ...

City of Bath Facilities Extend Closure to April 30


To remain in compliance with the Governor's Stay Healthy at Home Order, the City of Bath has extended the closure of City facilities to at least Thursday, April 30, 2020. To learn how to access City services online and over the phone, please v...

Property Tax Exemption Application Deadline Extended


Governor Janet Mills signed an Executive Order extending the April 1, 2020 application deadline for certain property tax exemptions. The Executive Order was signed pursuant to the civil emergency proclamation, signed by the Governor on March 15, 2...

Gov. Mills Issues "Stay Healthy at Home" Mandate


On March 31, 2020, Governor Janet Mills issued a series of substantial new mandates to protect public health and safety in the face of COVID-19, including a Stay Healthy at Home directive that requires people living in Maine to stay at home at all...

City of Bath Coronavirus Update


The public should be prepared for further changes, as more information becomes available from public health officials and as directed by state and federal leadership. Bath, ME (March 27, 2020) – City of Bath buildings will remain closed t...

Governor Mills Orders Further Steps to Protect Public Health


From the Office of Governor Janet T. Mills: Governor Mills has ordered further steps to protect public health. She also urges large essential businesses to limit in-store customers, enhance curbside pick-up and delivery services, and implement ...

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