According to the U.S. Geological Survey Gauge on Lake Koshkonong, the water level for the Rock River is 8.0 feet. County ordinance allows for an abeyance of the slow-no-wake speed restriction when water levels are at 8.0 feet or less on the portion of the Rock River downstream from the northern Rock County line to the Indianford Dam.

Therefore, the Rock County Sheriff’s Office is removing the previously declared slow-no-wake speed restriction on this portion of the Rock River.

Until the Afton gauge reports water levels below 6.50 feet, the Rock River downstream from the Indianford Dam to the Beloit Rock Town Line Bridge will remain under a slow-no-wake speed restriction.

Deputies will begin removing slow-no-wake signs along the river at all public access points between the northern Rock County line and the Indianford Dam Bridge.

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