City Manager News

RSU1 Budget Validation Election


The polls will be open on Tuesday, June 8, 2021, from 8:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at Bath Middle School located at 6 Old Brunswick Road.Information on the RSU1 Budget:  Proposed Budget for 2021-22 and Public Meetings | (rsu1.org)Absentee ballots are avai…

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 d…

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 requ…

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 …

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…

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…

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/busines…

Household Hazardous Waste Preregistration Begins April 12


Do you have materials in your home that you no longer need that you think might be hazardous (paint, bleach, gasoline, etc.)? Then take advantage of the City of Bath's FREE collection event! Household Hazardous Waste Collection Day will be held on S…

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 inc…

Sagadahoc County’s Working Communities Challenge Application Selected for Design Phase


Sagadahoc County was recently named one of eight applicants to proceed to the design phase of the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston’s Working Communities Challenge (WCC), a community development initiative which aims to mobilize Maine residents t…

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