Town of Warren

The Town of Warren developed on the banks of the Salamonie River in the southeastern section of Huntington County. Served by two exits off I-69 (Exits 273 & 278), Warren proudly announces that it is "three miles on your way." 

Exit 273 on I-69 is the last remaining undeveloped interchange between Indianapolis and Fort Wayne, Indiana.

The town's development was heavily influenced by the history of Indiana's petroleum industry. The historic Trenton Oil Field is just south of the community.

Warren hosts the museum collection in honor of The USS Salamonie (AO-26) Cimarron Class Fleet Oiler. Warren is also home to Heritage Pointe, offering independent living, assisted care, palliative care and total care options.
Contact Information:
Marilyn Morrison, Clerk-Treasurer
Curt Day 
Town Utilities