City of Bowie License Plates Now Available

The program is about five weeks from implementation, but residents can begin submitting applications.

Bowie resident will so have a new way to display their civic pride—on their cars. 

City of Bowie residents can now apply for license plates displaying the city seal and the letters "BOW."

The plates will be issued by the Motor Vehicle Association (MVA) for a $25 fee. Applications for Bowie plates can be found on the city's website here, and should be fill out and returned to the city for residency verification. 

Completed applications can be mailed to Bowie city hall at 15901 Excalibur Road, attention Denise Mahoney, and should include a $25 check made out to the MVA.

The city will forward verified applications, along with the checks, on to the MVA. 

For more information, contact Mahoney at 301-809-3031.

Jenni Pompi (Editor) March 30, 2013 at 03:33 AM
Will you get a city of Bowie license plate?
DarShayla Price March 30, 2013 at 12:47 PM
I wonder if 20721 can get them too.
Jenni Pompi (Editor) March 30, 2013 at 12:53 PM
You should call Ms. Mahoney and find out, and let us know the answer here in the comments.
M March 30, 2013 at 01:14 PM
No way! I used to love living in Bowie, now I am looking to get out. With more apartments going up, with already over crowded schools; big retail stores moving out, only to be filled with dollar or discount stores; and insane laws being passed like not mowing your grass until 9am on weekends, because the Mayor wants to sleep in! No I will not get one; there is nothing in Bowie to be proud of anymore.
JStrunk March 30, 2013 at 03:29 PM
Yes definitely :-) And how is not mowing your grass until after 9am "insane?" I call that being considerate, too bad we have to have a law to force people to consider others...not all of us work a day job, thinking that everyone is on *your* schedule is insane :-)
S March 30, 2013 at 11:08 PM
I would get one if it did not have BOW on it. What is that for?


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