We are a non-profit organization dedicated to leaving a legacy for future generations. We work toward this goal through the preservation of the history, heritage, and physical structures of the Village of Rendville.
RHPS is always finding new ways to share the history and legacy of Rendville, Ohio. Every year, we celebrate Emancipation Day and Decoration Day in the village.
Check in with us on social media for news on our history and upcoming events.
The Rendville Historic Preservation Society and the Ohio State University Center for Folklore Studies created a website preservation project focused on the Rendville/Scotch Hill cemetery.
We have many long-term goals, but the first and foremost is to create a space for learning, gathering, and sharing the unique ethnic and labor history of Rendville.
Archaeology is a crucial means of investigating Rendville’s past. The Rendville Historic Preservation Society, along with the Little Cities of Black Diamonds Council, and The Ohio State University, have launched concerted efforts to preserve and share the history of Rendville through various community and academic partnerships.