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Information for Accessing and Participating in Zoom Meetings

To access a meeting of your choice, you may call the access phone number 1-646-558-8656 and enter the meeting ID and password for audio access only. Public meetings are also live streamed to the Township Facebook page and will be posted after the meeting adjourns.

You may expect to enter into a “zoom waiting room” where you will wait for the Meeting Moderator to admit you to the meeting. You will be placed in “mute” mode but will be able to hear the proceedings. When the Chairperson opens the comment period of any meeting, you may use the “Raise Hand” function by dialing *9 to request an opportunity to speak. You will be muted after you have had an opportunity to be heard.

When you make your comment, please offer your name and street address for the public record before you speak to the issue. As always, you may also provide public comment in writing by email to either or  Please submit 24 hours in advance of the public meeting to ensure the information is distributed to all board or commission members prior to decision-making.

Agendas and Board packets can be found here: Documents-On-Demand


Upcoming Meetings:


Board of Trustees Special Meeting: Tuesday, September 29 at 6 p.m. – Meeting ID: 821 7540 2306 – Meeting Password: 14480


Presidential Election – November 3, 2020

Stay home, vote absentee! Fill out an absentee ballot application: Absentee Ballot Application


Absentee ballots will begin being mailed to those that requested them during the first week of October. Voters can also vote early by requesting a ballot in person at the Township Offices. Sample ballots are available on the Elections webpage.


You can track your absentee ballot by visiting and click “check the status of my absentee ballot”.


Not registered to vote? Fill out an application: Voter Registration Application


Primary Election Results: Clinton County Election Results

2020 Census

The census remains a critically important civic duty that determines funding for local communities and essential services, shapes congressional representation, determines legislative districts and much more. It takes just 10 minutes to fill out the census form. Complete the census by clicking the image below.

Bath Township in Need of Paid Volunteer Firefighters


Bath Township Fire Department is looking for responsible, hard working residents that are passionate about the opportunity to serve their community as a paid volunteer firefighter. Those interested can apply by visiting our employment page.