Bowness has a diverse selection of businesses, non-profits and resources available to residents in around the community.


Bowness Businesses


Bowness is home to many outstanding businesses. You’ll find everything from cafe’s and restaurants, to auto services, hotels, community service providers and gyms! Check out which businesses live in our community.


Bowness Community Resource Guide


This guide is not comprehensive and focuses on resources offered in Bowness. By listing these resources we are not endorsing them, simply providing information. This list is updated once each year and there is no guarantee that the resources and contact information are up to date.

Bowness Community Resource Guide


Bowness Historical Society


Bowness is fortunate to have its very own Historical Society that have published two books: Bowness Our Village in the Valley and Bowness: Past and Present 1911 to 2011. For more information about the history of Bowness or to order your books please contact the historical society at www.bownesshistoricalsociety.com.


Little Free Libraries in Bowness


In September 2013 Community Action for Early Childhood opened Bowness's first Little Free Library, thanks to the woodworking talents of Tom Born and the willingness of library stewards Ken and Madeleine Calvert. Since then, a partnership with Bowness High has produced eight Little Free Libraries in 2016 and another five this summer. These libraries were given to community residents and organizations who offered their front lawns up for the cause!


City of Calgary Contacts/Resources


Parking – Calgary Parking Authority: 403-537-7000

Parks, Public Spaces, Derelict Housing, Bylaw Enforcement: 311

City of Calgary Resources such as Fair Entry Passes, Information on Voting, or City of Calgary Recreation Programs: 311

City of Calgary Police Service Non-Emergency Line: 403-266-1234