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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 Depar…

Criminal Charges Filed for 12/30/20 Knife Assault


Press Release Bath Police Department has concluded its criminal investigation into the circumstances surrounding the knife attack that occurred on December 30th at Middle St. and North St. in Bath. On that day, a 35‐year‐old, knife‐wielding Ba…

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 t…

Bath Police Respond to Assault with a Knife Call


Press Release This morning, December 30th, 2020, at around 10am, Bath Police Department responded to the area of Middle St. and North St. for multiple reports of a man with a knife assaulting another man in the street. Bath Police patrol offic…

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 fe…

Morse Reuse Study: Survey Results Released from Second Virtual Workshop


The City of Bath is preparing for the future redevelopment of the existing Morse High School, located at 826 High Street. The public feedback component of the Morse High School Reuse Study was completed on November 13, 2020, and the results wer…

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 tod…

Bath PD Shares Joint Message of Community Support


A Message of Community Support from the Brunswick, Bath, and Topsham Police Departments and Sagadahoc County Sheriff’s Office Brunswick’s loss of a young person to suicide late last week has been felt across our region. During a year …

Winter Reminders from Public Works


Sand: Bath residents are allowed two (2) 5-gallon buckets of sand per storm. Our sand bin is located at the south entrance to the public works garage (450 Oak Grove Avenue). Sand is only for residents and not for contractors spreadin…

Community Programs Offered by Bath PD


With the winter season upon us, we would like to remind everyone of some of the community programs offered by the Bath Police Department: Good Morning Program:  If you are an older adult 60 years or older, disabled and live alone i…

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