Safety First When
You Visit Beloit, Wisconsin
The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted everyone’s ability to connect with our favorite people and places. We’re all interacting differently and exploring the world in new ways. Beloit is working hard to put safety first for our community members and visitors by following state and county guidance and protocols.
Safety First in Wisconsin
As you consider traveling to Beloit during these uncertain times, we ask that you follow state and local guidelines and regulations.
As a state, we’re part of a united Wisconsin initiative – We’re All In – to ensure the health of our citizens and the strength of our economy as we all navigate through the pandemic.
We also ask that you read and support Wisconsin’s Travel Pledge below, created to ensure a refreshing and safe adventure is here for you when you’re ready.
For the most updated travel guidance, please visit the Wisconsin Department of Health Services.
- Protect Health. I will minimize health risks to myself and others by taking personal protective measures like proper sanitation, washing my hands and wearing a mask. If I am sick or showing symptoms of illness, I will stay home.
- Embrace Community. I will warmly welcome and respect Wisconsin’s diverse traditions and spirited nature as I dine, shop and play at local establishments.
- Open Spaces. I will respectfully explore Wisconsin’s natural areas to preserve the places I visit and minimize my footprint.
- Physical Distance. I will maintain appropriate physical distancing from people outside of my travel group, whether I am exploring outdoor spaces or enjoying small gatherings indoors.
- Local Guidelines. I will research local, regional and statewide regulations before traveling in Wisconsin, particularly to less populated areas that may have limited healthcare resources.
- Educate Others. I will share these practices with other travelers to ensure we all remain safe and comfortable.
In May 2020, the Rock County Board of Supervisors, the City of Beloit, YWCA Rock County, and United Way Blackhawk Region approved a resolution supporting the creation of the Rock County Response, Reopening and Recovery Task Force, later renamed the Reopen Rock Task Force.
The Reopen Rock Task Force strongly supports the recommendation of the Rock County Health Department that individuals should wear cloth face coverings whenever in contact with anyone who is not a part of their household, as well as its recommendation that businesses and employers require the use of cloth face coverings for employees and customers.
This message has been brought to you by financial support from the Wisconsin Department of Tourism.