Welcome to the NSP Central Division
Central Division Safety Team Neck Gator
Celebrate your Central Division and promote safety and goodwill. The Central Division now has its own neck gators promoting helmet safety (we have dogs!) on one end and our own safety slogans and Division logo on the other end.
Great for multiple uses, neck gator (of course), face mask, and for the more stylish, headband or do-rag. Click here for the neck tube order page
Central Division Patrollers
Our Hills Need Your Help!
Patrols in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula are looking for help this season! We’ve heard from several remote ski areas that they are actively seeking help from those of us willing to travel and patrol for them. In particular, Whitecap Mountain and Big Powderhorn have reached out to the Division for support. If your area is in need and willing to take guest patrollers, please contact our Webmaster Daren Lukes to add your area to the list that will be posted on the Division website.
If you are interested in traveling , check back periodically for a list of patrols. If more requests come in, they will be listed on this site. You can reach out to and make a plan to patrol with them.
Please contact their Patrol Directors and make a plan to work with them! This is a great opportunity to support our destination hills, help the NSP remain in good standing with our area Managers, patrol a new area, ski some new terrain and meet new people.
FALL 2021 RUSTY PARKA NEWS IS HERE!
2021-2022 NSP-C School is now open for Registration!
Central Division 2018 Chair Lift Evacuation Little Switzerland Presentation.
Click on link below to download or open – This presentation is a large file please be patience when downloading or opening
Daniel Somalski Memorial Fund!
The Central Division is proud to support a trust established in honor of a very special friend, patroller and mentor, the late Dan Somalski. Dan, as many of us know, dedicated much of his 25 year patrol career to helping others attain their goals both on and off of the mountain. [Click Here] to learn more!