Public Works News

2024 Curbside Trash Collection

The 2024 Curbside Trash collection is now available.



New Year’s Day – Landfill Closed (3)

Jan 1

Martin Luther King Jr. Day – Landfill Open (2)

Jan 15

Presidents Day – Landfill Open (2)

Feb 19

Spring Cleanup Week

April 8-13

Patriots Day – Landfill Closed (3)

Apr 15

Spring Leaf Collection

April 22/23

Household Hazardous Waste Preregistration

April 16 – May 3

Household Hazardous Waste Collection

May 4

Spring Leaf Collection

May 6/7

Memorial Day – Landfill Closed (3)

May 27

Juneteenth – Landfill Closed (2)

June 19

Independence Day – Landfill Closed (3)

July 4

Labor Day – Landfill Closed (3)

Sept 2

Indigenous Peoples Day – Landfill Closed (2)

Oct 14

Fall Cleanup Week

Oct 21 - 26

Fall Leaf Collection

Oct 28/29

Veterans Day – Landfill Closed (3)

Nov 11

Fall Leaf Collection

Nov 18/19

Thanksgiving Day – Landfill Closed (3)

Nov 28

Day After Thanksgiving – LF Closed (2)

Nov 29

Christmas Day – Landfill Closed (3)

Dec 25

Christmas Tree Collection 2024-2025

Dec 30, Jan 6 & 13


1. Curbside collection of trash & recycling will be delayed until Saturday


2. Curbside collection of trash & recycling will follow normal schedule.


3. Curbside Collection of trash & recycling will be delayed until the next business day.


For more information regarding curbside collection visit or call the Bath Landfill at 443-8356 

Proposed Highway Improvements

The Maine Department of Transportation is currently working on preliminary engineering for a Highway Construction Project on Route 1 in the City of Bath. The purpose and need of this project are safety improvements by intersection realignment upgrades on Route 1. The project is further described as follows: Located at the intersection of Route 1 and State Road. (See attached location map) A preliminary virtual public meeting for this project will be scheduled as soon as existing conditions survey is completed. Notice of this meeting will be sent to the town and impacted property owners. The meeting notice will also be placed in local newspapers. At this time the Department of Transportation would like to know if there are any annual events or known traffic generators in the area of the project that would impact this project. Should you have any questions, concerns, or other areas of interest, we would appreciate your comments and input. Please feel free to contact the DOT project manager (207) 215-4051 with any questions or concerns. 

City Awarded $4M for Upgrading Infrastructure

The City was awarded $4M by the State of Maine for upgrading and upsizing equipment for Water Pollution Control as part of its leadership effort in combating the effects of climate change. To learn more about the grant, visit Administration Awards Nearly $20M in Grants_Press Release_19Jul2022.

General Information
Phone Numbers
207-443-8357 207-443-8201 (after hours)
Fax: 207-443-8352
Emergencies: Dial 911
450 Oak Grove Avenue

Monday - Friday
Office: 6:30 AM - 2:30 PM, Landfill: 7:30 AM - 4:00 PM