Bowles Lake


Welcome to the Town of Bow Mar website!  On this site you will find information about the Town of Bow Mar and its Government.

Incorporated in 1958, the Town of Bow Mar is a Colorado Statutory Town, with a population of about 900 and an area just under one square mile. The Town lies in Arapahoe and Jefferson Counties, 12 miles from Downtown Denver. Bow Mar is composed of about 300 single-family homes on acre lots, open space, and a private recreational lake.

Bow Mar is one of the few places in the Denver Metro area where you'll experience a quiet country setting with open space and expansive views plus a friendly and fun family-oriented community with year-round recreational and social activities and clubs. In Bow Mar, we cherish our privacy and our spirit of independence as a small town. We cherish our spirit of volunteerism and our community involvement with the Town government, with Bow Mar Owners, Inc. (BMOI), and with our neighbors and friends.

Town of Bow Mar Regular Board Election - April 5, 2022
Please visit Election for information.
The Beginning of Bow Mar

Lloyd King, the developer of Bow Mar, in a speech tells stories about the early Bow Mar. To read the speech, please click here.


Mailing Address: Town of Bow Mar
5395 Lakeshore Drive
Bow Mar, CO 80123
Phone: 303-794-6065
Fax: 303-694-3831
Please call for an appointment
Sue Blair, Town Clerk
Phone: 303-381-4960
Email: sblair@crsofcolorado.com

Bulletin Board

NOTICE: Meeting Cancellation: The Regular Board of Trustee Meeting of the Town of Bow Mar scheduled for Monday, May 16, 2022 at 7:00 p.m. is hereby cancelled. A special meeting will be held on Thursday, May 19, 2022 at 7:00 p.m. at the residence of Mayor Sperry, 4650 Bow Mar Drive, Littleton, CO 80123. See attached Notice and Agenda.

NOTICE: April 20, 2020: Declaration of Policy for Electronic Participation in Town Meetings.

NOTICE: April 20, 2020: The Board of Trustees issued a Disaster Declaration Extension effective until May 30.

NOTICE: March 24, 2020: Board of Trustees issues a Disaster Declaration in response to the Covid-19 pandemic