The Warren Preservation Society is a 501(c)3 non-profit membership organization dedicated to historical preservation in the town of Warren, Rhode Island by preserving its architectural and cultural resources and educating the community about the history of the town.


Mail: P.O. Box 624, Warren, RI 02885

Email: info@preservewarren.org


General membership meetings are held in March, June, September and December, generally on the third Thursday of the month.  Members are notified by email regarding meeting specifics.  

Board of Directors

Eileen Collins, President

Sarah Weed, Vice-President

Laurie Servant, Secretary

Tony Guida, Treasurer

Linda Megathlin, Trustee

Rita AldersonTrustee

Joan Coltrain, Trustee

Kristin MacDonald, Administrator


Organization Bylaws revised and approved June 2019

Click here to Access WPS Bylaws


The Warren Preservation Society is active in promoting the preservation of historic buildings throughout the Town of Warren through our historic house marker program, public exhibits, guest speaker programs, renovation projects and education. Historic Preservation contributes to a strong local community by building awareness of the town's rich history and architectural heritage.  A valuable piece of our past disappears forever when historic buildings are torn down or allowed to deteriorate. In addition to our own educational programs, WPS advocates for Historic Preservation throughout the town of Warren and actively the supports the efforts of the Warren Voluntary Historic District Commission. WPS also supports the efforts of the Warren Heritage Foundation.  For more information on Warren's various historical and preservation oriented groups please visit the Historic Warren website.  

As part of our advocacy mission, WPS is a sponsor of the MOSAICO "Sense of Pride" program. The program teaches children about their town - its history, architecture and natural environment, with the goal of inspiring them to become thoughtful and active stewards of their community.