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Public Meeting Regarding High & North St.


"The City of Bath will hold a public meeting on Wednesday, March 13, at 6 p.m. in the City Hall Auditorium to discuss converting the intersection of High and North streets to a four-way stop. There will be a brief presentation about the project followed by public comment."

Public Works Backyard Compost Supply Sale


If you want to reduce the amount of trash that goes into your garbage bag, try COMPOSTING!You can purchase all the supplies you need to get started from the City of Bath. Ordering begins now through April 24. Printable Order forms are available here.Not sure where to start? Click here to view our C…

State presidential primary results


More information at cityofbathmaine.gov/elections

Notice of Posted Roads: Spring 2024


As the winter frost begins to thaw and give way to spring, temporary vehicle weight limits will be enacted on certain roads to mitigate potential damage caused by heavy vehicles. These restrictions are vital to maintaining road safety and integrity during this transition period.Effective from Febru…

Construction on McMann Complex Begins


Exciting Developments Coming to McMann Complex: New Facilities and Improvements UnderwayThe McMann Athletic Complex, located at 181 Congress Avenue will be surrounded by new construction fencing as work begins on several new projects. These include the construction of a new maintenance building, th…

Charter Boat Dock Proposals


The City of Bath has issued a Request for Proposals (RFP) in collaboration with the Bath Charter Boat Captains Association for the construction of a new dock at Bridge Park. The purpose of this initiative is to provide a centralized location for local charter boat captains to operate their tours wi…

Maine Flood Resources And Assistance Hub


The Office of Governor Janet Mills has developed a webpage to help Maine people find information, resources, and assistance to stay safe and recover from flooding and damage. This page will be updated with new information as it becomes availableVisit the resource hub here

2024 Curbside Trash Collection


The 2024 Curbside Trash collection is now available.EventDate(s)New Year’s Day – Landfill Closed (3)Jan 1Martin Luther King Jr. Day – Landfill Open (2)Jan 15Presidents Day – Landfill Open (2)Feb 19Spring Cleanup WeekApril 8-13Patriots Day – Landfill Closed (3)Apr 15Spring Leaf CollectionApril 22/23…

Streetlight Conversion to LED


The installation of 621 new LED light fixtures acquired by the City from CMP is scheduled to commence in mid-December. The installation is slated to be completed by the end of January 2024 - weather conditions permitting.For more information on the LED streetlight acquisition project and timeline v…

Dog Registrations Expire January 31


Register your furry friend by January 31 to avoid late fees.! All dogs 6 months or older are required to be registered. Registrations can be done online, in person at the City Clerk's Office, or by mail. Visit cityofbath.com/dogs for more information!

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