LATEST NEWS EVENTS AS OF 01/16/2017:***TOWN HALL MEETING TO DISCUSS CURRENT SANITATION & RECYCLING PROGRAM SCHEDULED FOR WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 18th AT 7:00PM...BATH SOCIAL HALL***NEXT REGULAR SESSION OF COUNCIL SCHEDULED MONDAY, FEBRUARY 6TH AT 7PM***NEW!!! UNDER THE WASTE & RECYCLING MENU-- SANITATION & RECYCLING BILL PAY ONLINE!...THIS FEATURE WILL BE READY FOR THE 2017 BILLING CYCLE***

WELCOME TO THE BOROUGH OF BATH

MISSION STATEMENT

The Borough of Bath Council, Mayor, Manager and Staff are committed to make the Borough a quality community to live, work and raise a family while preserving and enhancing our unique heritage. As a community we need to continuously look for ways to improve safety and quality of living, treat everyone with courtesy and respect, continuously work on improving communications, trust and performance while valuing the diversity of our residents and grow local business and life in a sustainable manner through careful planning and judicious risk taking.
Government

Community

Bath residents are active and engaged. The community values history, preservation, quality of life, and respect for neighbors.

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Government

Government

This section includes all the government information you need as a resident in Bath.

The Borough Office is open Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. We are closed weekends and holidays. Thank you!

The Municipal Building is located at 215 E. Main St Bath, PA 18014

Phone (610) 837-6525
Fax (610) 837-8989

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Farmers Market

Farmers Market

Support your local farmers, meet friends, and find delicious fresh-from-the-field meats and produce.

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Borough of Bath FaceBook Live!

 

PAW PARK BASKET SOCIAL
ORGANIZATIONAL MEETING
FEBRUARY 15th - 7pm - Borough Hall
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Thank you to all the residents who attended the informational Town Hall Meeting tonight.

We hope all of your questions were answered, and your concerns addressed. For any further questions, or requests - please call our Borough Manager, Brad Flynn - Monday through Friday from 9am to 4pm. Feel free to leave a message after normal business hours, and someone will get back to you.

We plan on having more Town Hall meetings in the future. Please stay tuned to the local newspapers, the Borough website, and on social media as well.

Sincerely,
Bath Borough Council
Bradford T. Flynn
Mayor Mirabito
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TONIGHT...

BOROUGH OF BATH SANITATION INFORMATION MEETING
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 18TH - 7PM - BATH SOCIAL HALL
INFORMATION ON SANITATION, AND MORE.
WE URGE ALL RESIDENTS TO ATTEND.
New trash cans will be available, if you've not already received one, and "RECYCLING" stickers for your personal recycle cans will be available.
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REMINDER:
BOROUGH OF BATH SANITATION INFORMATION MEETING
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 18TH - 7PM - BATH SOCIAL HALL
INFORMATION ON SANITATION, AND MORE.
WE URGE ALL RESIDENTS TO ATTEND.
New trash cans will be available, if you've not already received one, and "RECYCLING" stickers for your personal recycle cans will be available.
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A message to the followers of this page...

This Facebook page for the Borough of Bath is solely for information on the happenings within the Borough of Bath. This will include meeting announcements; events being planned; emergency information; and, any other information, we as the municipal government of this Borough, feel is important to the residents who reside here.

Effective immediately - any vulgar posts or messages, or any posts bashing any government officials, or employee of this Borough, will be removed immediately. We simply will not tolerate such actions. If you have a complaint pertaining to the day to day business of the Borough of Bath, please call the Borough Manager, Brad Flynn. If you have a complaint which requires the attention of our police, please contact Colonial Regional Police Department.

Lastly, we urge every resident to attend our monthly Council meetings to stay better informed on the decisions being made.
For further information and updates - please refer to our website...
www.bathborough.org

Sincerely,
The Administration of the Borough of Bath
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Today is...
Councilman Barry Fenstermaker's birthday! If you see Barry, be sure to wish him a HAPPY BIRTHDAY!
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West Main Street is closed between Mulberry and West Northampton St. For extended period of time Pole and wires down

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Tonight...it begins! 7pm at Borough Hall
Organizational meeting for the PAW PARK BASKET RAFFLE! Please share...THANK YOU!
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BOROUGH MEETS WITH JP MASCARO OFFICIALS

Borough officials met with JP Mascaro executives this morning to address public concerns over the new 2017 Sanitation & Recycling Contract. Here are some highlights from that meeting:

CART INFORMATION

1) Reminder, carts are property of J.P. Mascaro. However, you may paint your house number on the carts.

2) Carts remain with the property! JP Mascaro carts are not for you take with you should you move out of the Borough.

3) Only one (1) cart per Residential Dwelling Unit. If JP Mascaro or the Borough finds that more than one cart is being used per Residential Dwelling Unit it will be confiscated. For example, if a single detached dwelling has two red JP Mascaro carts, this is prohibited.

4) Replacement of lost, stolen, or broken carts is done through JP Mascaro's Office. If your cart is broken or other trash cans become broken due to JP Mascaro pickers, report that incident to the Borough Office for record keeping purposes.

5) JP Mascaro carts are for waste only, NOT recycling. If you have your own recycling can or cart that is not marked "Recycle" please see the Borough Office for a recycling sticker.

SERVICES INFORMATION:

REMINDER: Bath is now on LIMITED waste removal.

1) You may place any range of waste in Acceptable Waster Containers curbside between the capacity of 120 gallons through 192 gallons. For example, you may place a JP Mascaro cart and an additional cart, can, or bags of trash curbside, so long as you do not exceed 192 gallons in total volume.

2) We do have UNLIMITED recycling. This means, you may combine a 32 gallon, 64 gallon cart, or 96 gallon curbside filled with recyclables. Cardboard recycling may be placed alongside cans. The more recycling the better. Remember...you cannot use your red JP Mascaro cart for recycling waste. REPORT TO THE BOROUGH OFFICE ANY INCIDENT OF JP MASCARO PICKERS THROWING RECYCLABLES INTO THE WASTE STREAM.

3) Each Residential Dwelling Unit has one (1) volume collection available. You must report to the Borough Office and receive a tag. Up to fifteen (15) 33-gallon bags can be placed curbside for volume collection as long as those bags are tagged. Again, contact the Borough Office for more information.

4) Please attend an information Town Hall meeting at the Social Hall. This meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, January 18, 2017 at 7:00 PM. Council and JP Mascaro will be available to answer additional questions. Additional advertising and flyers will be available soon.

We appreciate your understanding and patience as we begin the new Sanitation & Recycling contract period.

Thanks,

Manager Flynn
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Paw Park Basket Raffle Organizational Meeting
Tuesday, January 10th - 7pm
Bath Borough Municipal Building
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