Supporting Stability

We create opportunities that support self-sufficiency, self-respect and pride for residents.

Resilient Families

Stable housing is healthcare. It promotes positive outcomes in education, employment, physical and mental health, and financial stability.

Vibrant Communities

With a place to call home, self-respect, and a support system, playing an active role in the community can be made possible.

Community Asset

The housing we provide represents a long-term community asset. We strive to be the best housing agency in town.


RFP issued for Financial Audit Services

August 23, 2017

Bath Housing is soliciting competitive proposals for Financial Audit Services through a Request For Proposals (RFP). The RFP is available by emailing Amy Babb, Director… Read More

Notice of Public Hearing

August 14, 2017

Bath Housing Authority, pursuant to the Public Housing Reform Act, has amended its Five-Year Action Plan and developed an Annual Public Housing Agency Plan for… Read More


Please feel free to give us a call, schedule an appointment, or stop by our office to talk through your housing needs. We have staff that can provide education about Bath Housing apartments, preliminary applications, waitlist timeframes and other housing options in the area that meet your individual needs.

(207) 443-3116


8am – 4pm M-F



Bath Housing’s Comfortably Home Program is featured in the Summer 2017 edition of Evidence Matters, a publication of the US Department of Housing..

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Timeline Photos

Happy to be at the Bowdoinham Health Fair today with our friends from AARP!

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“If you keep your family on the right track then you’re set.”

With a wonderful, close-knit family, Arlene has lived a happy life. Being the third generation to live in Maine from Scotland, Arlene’s favorite places are the Bath YMCA, Maine Maritime Museum and the Botanical Gardens in Boothbay Harbor. She enjoys knitting in her spare time, developed from her long career at Congress Sportswear in Bath. She did not expect to live retirement without her husband but is fortunate to be socially active with the other residents in her building.