Borough of Bath
Bath Borough Council and Staff are committed to make Bath 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. The Bath Business And Community Partnership was established as the Community Visioning Committee in 1999 to organize, promote and support the many and varied special events which occur throughout the year in the community. They also use their expertise and organizational skills to offer support to other community organizations in Bath. B - be proud of our community A - anything is possible when citizens work side by side T - together we can make a difference H - helping others through friendship Visitors will find the Bath Farmers Market (http://www.bathfarmersmarket.org), a producer only market offering locally grown produce, artisan cheeses, baked goodies, jellies, jams and more. The BFM is open Fridays from 3-7 p.m. from May to September. Also featured at the BFM are entertainment and children’s programming. Visit the Bath Historical Society Museum, housed in Borough Hall (http://bathborough.org/). The museum contains personal items, letters and photographs of Bath from the colonial times to the present. Visit our log cabin, the nearby colonial Governor Wolf Park, a colonial era Bed & Breakfast Inn and charming, small-town friendly businesses. Bath will celebrate our 275th Anniversary in 2012 – with many festivities planned during anniversary week.