Reopen Rock Stay Safe Pledge

Your safety means everything to us.

We care deeply about the residents, workers and visitors of Rock County, and we recognize that extra precautions will be necessary for some time in order to maintain a safe and healthy reopening. Please join us in taking the Reopen Rock Stay Safe Pledge to protect Rock County workers and patrons.

Rock County organizations who sign the Reopen Rock Stay Safe pledge will receive recognition and a free window cling that communicates this critical safety effort to the public. We thank you, in advance, for your hard work and commitment. Together, we can overcome this challenge and thrive.

Reopen Rock Stay Safe Pledge

Our pledge is a shared commitment to keep each other healthy. By following recommended public health guidelines and offering respect to those around us, we can minimize the spread of COVID-19 and keep our doors open.

Together we pledge to take the precautions necessary to stay safe:

  • Wear a face covering in all public settings
  • Wash our hands frequently and provide convenient access to hand sanitizer
  • Follow physical distancing and capacity guidelines
  • Adhere to CDC sanitation standards
  • Conduct regular employee wellness screenings
  • Train all employees on COVID-19 safety procedures


Become a Member Now!

Thank you! We have received your request. We invite you to show your support for and participation in the Reopen Rock initiative by following the campaign on social media.

Be sure to use the hashtag #ReopenRock and #RockTheMask on social posts that show how you are keeping your community safe.

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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 a community-led task force to address pandemic-related issues. Today, the Reopen Rock Task Force meets regularly to identify, prioritize and address challenges related to reopening. Reopen Rock is comprised of three co-chairs and 12 sector leads representing: Chambers of Commerce, Consumer Retail, Diverse Communities, Education/Schools, Entertainment, Faith Communities, Food/Agriculture, Government, Hospitality, Manufacturing and Distribution, Non-Profit and Services. Sector leads meet regularly with their community leaders from their sector to identify sector-specific issues, which then are shared with the larger Reopen Rock Task Force during meetings facilitated by the co-chairs. By working openly, collaboratively and proactively together, the task force is able to quickly identify potential issues and speed resolution. To learn more about the Reopen Rock Task Force and access links to other COVID-19 and reopening resources, please visit For the latest information about COVID-19 in Rock County, please visit the Rock County Public Health Department’s website at