Boater Safety Classes offered by Rock County Sheriff’s Office

Editor’s Note: The following was provided by the Rock County Sheriff’s Office. That office has assured the Banner that a person need not be a resident of Rock County to enroll in their classes.

Sheriff Knudson is pleased to announce that the Rock County Sheriff’s Office will offer two 8-hour
Boater Safety Education Courses this summer. Anyone born on or after January 1, 1989, is
required to complete a Boater Safety Education Course in order to legally operate a motorized
boat or personal watercraft (PWC) on Wisconsin waters. It is recommended that participants be
at least 12 years of age or turn 12 shortly following completion of the class.

Boater Safety Education Courses:
Class #1
Mandatory Registration: May 24, at 6 p.m. @ Rock County Fairgrounds – Stock Pavilion
Class: June 11, from 8 a.m. – 4 p.m. @ Rock County Fairgrounds – Stock Pavilion

Class #2
Mandatory Registration: June 20, at 6 p.m. @ Edgerton Conservation Club
Class: July 9, from 8 a.m. – 4 p.m. @ Edgerton Conservation Club

Registration is now open for Class #1. Complete the online enrollment form to reserve a seat.
Class size is limited to thirty (30) students. Upon submission of the online enrollment form, the
submitter will see an onscreen confirmation message with information on the mandatory in-person
registration meeting. Registration for Class #2 will open the week of June 6, 2022.

Enroll At:
A class fee of $10.00 per student will be collected at the in-person registration meeting. The
student and a parent or legal guardian if the student is underage must attend the mandatory
registration meeting in order for the student to take the course. Students will receive course
materials at the in-person registration meeting.

Please direct any questions to Deputy Trevor Lund at

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