Welcome to the Town of Bolton

The Town of Bolton is located in the Adirondack Mountains of Upstate New York in the Adirondack Park and is nestled between the shores of Lake George on the East and the Schroon River to the West. In the late 1800’s and early 1900’s Bolton became a popular place for the wealthy to vacation for the summer and many hotels were built along the shore as well as on several of the islands. The shore line in Bolton south to the town of Lake George became known as Millionaires Row due to the many mansions that sprung up along the shore. These home owners as well as hotel guests would arrive in the Village of Lake George and then continue north to Bolton by steamship.

Sadly over the years most of these mansions and hotels burned or were torn down. Even the famed Sagamore Resort in Bolton burned twice but today it majestically remains as The Lady of the Lake on Green Island.

Today Bolton is a beautiful upscale town with approximately 2000 year round residents. Bolton offers all kinds of outdoor activities from swimming and boating in crystal clear Lake George, to camping, picnicking, hiking on a multitudes of trails, biking and golfing. One will also find restaurants, from delis to gourmet as well as all kinds of unique shops and accommodations from the Sagamore Resort to housekeeping cottages and Bed and Breakfasts. Bolton boasts its own school for students from pre K to seniors, a post office, library, museum, senior citizens club, several town beaches, tennis courts, fire department and rescue squad, police department, health center, grocery store and more for year round living or just a quick vacation.

We may be small in size but big in hospitality.

Interesting facts

  • The town of Bolton consists of 84.3 square miles
  • Lake George is 32 miles long and flows north
  • Lake George is at its widest 2 miles and the deepest is 200’ feet
  • There are 172 islands on the lake some are privately owned.
  • Only one island is accessible by a bridge
  • Bolton became known as Bolton Landing as it was the place where the steamship landed
  • Bolton, as well as all of Lake George, was a major part of the French and Indian War and the Revolutionary War
  • The Town of Bolton was formed in 1799

For more information on the town and its history check out the Bolton Chamber of Commerce and the Bolton Historical Museum

WHY BOLTON:   http://youtu.be/zaxCYyxjkek


Town Offices are open Mon-Fri, 9am-4pm,  except holidays (New Years Day, Martin Luther King Day, President Day, Memorial Day, 4th of July, Labor Day, Columbus Day, Veterans Day, Thanksgiving and Christmas)

Town Supervisor – Ron Conover
518.644.2461 supervisor@town.bolton.ny.us

Town Clerk – Jodi Connally
518.644.2444 townclerk@town.bolton.ny.us

Town Bookkeeper  – Mariann Roberts-Huck 
518.644.2461  bookkeeper@town.bolton.ny.us

Town Board Members:

Robert G. MacEwan, Town Board Member – rmacewan@nycap.rr.com 

Liaison to:  Insurance, Animal/Dog Control, Justice Court, Fire/Rescue, Transfer Station and Recreation Commission

Susan Wilson, Deputy Supervisor,
Town Board Member
– susanwilson.bolton@gmail.com

Liaison to:  Planning/Zoning/Code Enforcement, Stormwater, Senior Citizens, Health Center, Bolton Library, and Conservation Park

Tim Coon, Town Board Member – commish_1@yahoo.com

Liaison to:  Assessor’s Office, Parliamentarian, Police Department, and Parks Department

Cheryl Bolton, Town Board Member – snyderc@sunyacc.edu

Liaison to:  Personnel, Highway Department, Water Department, Sewer Department and Town Clerk


For the latest filed assessment roll see the county website at http://warrencountyny.gov/rp/rolls under Departments see Real Property Tax Service.