The 8.6 square miles of Warren, Rhode Island lies in the southeastern part of the state, directly on the Narragansett Bay.
Warren was the original home of Brown University. In the early days it was the only university of its kind which accepted students of all religious faiths.
The sea continues to have its draw on guests and residents alike. The Bay Queen offers tours of Narragansett Bay, and many of the lighthouses in the area. Touisset Marsh Wildlife Refuge gives visitors the opportunity to enjoy tranquil views of the marsh, and the beautiful shorebirds that inhabit the area.
Besides, the seaside attractions, Warren is home to 2nd Story Theater, a small dinner theater. Some have called it “a gem”, while others claim it is the best theater in Rhode Island.
Warren is home to more than 50 restaurants, many of them offering seafood. However, Irish, Italian, and pub-style fare can also be found in the town.
The fishing industry continues to be a popular trade in Warren. However, other occupations such as construction, building and property maintenance, sales, and administrative roles are also common.
Warren is part of the Bristol Warren Regional School District. Children in elementary school attend the Hugh Cole School, located in Warren. Middle school students attend the Kickemuit Middle School, also located in Warren. Older children attend Mt. Hope High School located in Bristol.
Nearly 11,000 people have decided to call the town of Warren their home. This is no doubt due to great schools, beautiful seaside views, and wide variety of occupations.
|Population Growth (since 2010)||-0.48 %|
|Population Density (people / sq. mile)||1,724.2|
|Household Size (people)||2.23|
|Households w/ Children||23.69 %|
|Annual Residential Turnover||15.27 %|
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HUGH COLE SCHOOL
KICKEMUIT MIDDLE SCHOOL
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