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Sidewalk Feasibility Study


Do you live in the area of High Street/Route 209? Do you walk or run in this area of the community? Do you avoid this area but wish you could walk more here? The City and MDOT have conducted a study of this area and the feasibility of building a sidewalk between Getchell Street to Winnegance. Join …

Land Use Code Referendum


Our Planning and Development department has prepared a brief overview of the proposed ordinance to amend the current Land Use Code as well as a list of additional source materials. This issue will appear on the ballot in the upcoming election on June 11. For all the details, visit cityofbath.com/LU…

City Hires new Codes Enforcement Officer


 The City of Bath is pleased to announce the appointment of Adam Jones as the new Codes Enforcement Officer. With a wealth of experience in regulatory compliance and a dedication to upholding community standards, Jones brings a fresh perspective and a proactive approach to maintaining the city's qu…

Budget Public Hearing FY 2025



Cease and Desist Order Issued


The City's Codes Enforcement Office recently issued a cease and desist notice to the operator of Xinye Spa.Read the full letter here.

FEMA Resources for January Storm Relief


Please note* Any assistance received will not impact any other assistance you currently receive including Medicare, Medicaid, SNAP benefits, disability or other federal or state assistance programs.To learn more or to apply for assistance due to damage from the January storms please visit Sagadahoc…

Coastal Flooding Public Meeting Update


To our Neighbors,The City of Bath is hosting a public meeting focused on hearing your concerns regarding recent coastal flooding and storm events. The purpose of this listening session is to engage with fellow residents, City Staff and First Responders.We understand the importance of your unique in…

Spring Clean-Up Week April 8-13


2024 Spring Clean-Upfor BATH RESIDENTS ONLYMonday, April 8 – Friday, April 127:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.Saturday, April 138:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.BATH RESIDENTS MAY BRING IN: At No Cost!1 Pickup Load of Bulky/Demo Waste1 Pickup Load of Metal2 Tires2 Pickup Loads of brush and yard wasteTOTAL FOR THE CLEANU…

Geotech and Survey Consulting RFP


The City of Bath, Maine, requests qualified and licensed Geotechnical Consulting firms to submit sealed proposals to provide geotechnical explorations and soils evaluation services to the office of the City Manager for the proposed Fire Station Headquarters project, no later than 2:00 PM local time…

Technical Review & Approaches Report


Bath Zoning Update The Technical Review & Approaches Report for the City of Bath Land Use Code, March 2024 edition is now available.This report dives deep into the current state of our development regulations, giving you a comprehensive overview of how things stand with our Land Use Code, pinpo…

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