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BBA Membership Dues

Regardless of your initial membership date (unless your membership is grandfathered from late in the year), annual Bath Business Association dues must be paid by Dec. 31 for the following year. The annual dues are $40 with checks payable to Bath Business Association.  After the Dec. 31 date, the dues will increase by $5 per month.  If dues remain unpaid by Feb. 28, members will be removed from email lists and the website.

Advantages of Bath Business Association membership include:

  • 12 monthly membership meetings

  • 5”x7” reusable color BBA Logo membership decal for your office or auto

  • Your business name and contact information on the BBA website, including a link to your email and website

  • Your business name listed in BBA-sponsored advertisements

  • Opportunity to include promotional materials for your business in BBA Welcome Bags, distributed monthly to new Bath residents

  • Opportunity to give a short presentation on your business at meetings

  • Sponsorship or participation in the annual BBA Wye Road Bridge Lighting

  • Invitation to BBA-sponsored social events

Preserve the Barns of Bath Township

Barns are visible monuments to an agricultural past, which formed the foundation of our community.  They represent strong family values, which were passed onto us by those who came before. Their charm is unique, and the history they represent has preserved our rural way of life.

With over 60 barns within the 23 square miles of Bath Township, they are more than just monuments. They have been enhanced with art and decoration or have been transformed into homes, workshops, and business; and some are just barns. These structures continue to inspire us and are a beacon for hard-won bucolic values of the township.  However, with changes in the area’s demographics, these structures and what they represent, are fading from our landscape.

With this in mind, Bath Township has formed a committee, led by James McClellan, to focus on preserving and enhancing these structures.  The group, named the Bath Barns Project Committee, has a fully formed committee which is working to contact the barn owners of Bath Township to move this project from a vision to a reality.

If you are a barn owner and would like to participate in this project, please email or send a letter to the Bath Township Administrative Office, or call (330-666-4007).


The BBA is a business network that promotes business in Bath, supports the community and its members, and works to preserve and enhance the rural, scenic, and historical identity of the Ghent, Bath Center, and Hammond Corners hamlets along the Cleveland-Massillon Road Corridor.  More information is available on the website at or by calling 330-666-3347. 


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