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Warwick, RI

Famous for its Revolutionary War history and renowned for its seafood, Warwick, Rhode Island, is situated along 39 miles of coastline. The city is located in Kent County and comprises part of the Providence metropolitan area. With an estimated population of 85,000, the historic city covers 49.6 square miles of which 14.1 square miles are water.

Warwick, founded in 1642, was the birthplace of numerous military heroes and also lays claim to the earliest battle of the Revolutionary War. In 1772, the people of Warwick heard the first shot fired in the American Revolution, when patriots attacked the British vessel Gaspée, dispatched to enforce the Stamp Act in an area known for smugglers. The Gaspée's commanding officer was shot in the crotch while resisting the attack, spilling the first blood of the Revolution.


Warwick is home to 30 urban villages, each with its own unique neighborhood flavor. Notable villages include:





Warwick is home to the flagship campus of the Community College of Rhode Island. The institution is the only community college system in the state, offering associate's degrees in the arts and applied sciences.



Warwick is known for its seafood, particularly shellfish. More than 120 restaurants and casual eateries offer dining for virtually every palate and budget.

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