The Michigan Department of Natural Resources customer service centers and certain field offices will remain on a three-days-per-week open to the public schedule – Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays – until at least Oct. 4.

The three-day schedule for these facilities has been in place since July 20. The offices had been set to reopen to the public five days a week after Labor Day, prior to new coronavirus advisories and recommendations.

The affected customer service centers include Escanaba, Michigan.

These DNR offices sell hunting and fishing licenses, and fuelwood permits and answer questions about hunting and fishing regulations, trails, and many other outdoor recreation topics. Residents and visitors frequently stop at these locations while traveling throughout Michigan.

Fuelwood cutting permits, provided at DNR customer service centers, are free and downloadable for this season.

Field offices with the same public availability include Crystal Falls and Norway.