There are eight recreation centers in Bibb County, but none in South Bibb.
However, $8.2 million in SPLOST money will soon provide a new community complex in the area.
Thursday night, Bibb County Commissioner Bert Bivins led a meeting to give residents a chance to voice their opinions on what the complex should be.
Bivins said most people want indoor sports, tennis courts, and swimming pools.
He said he wants the new center to come equipped with the needs of those who will use it most.
Bivins said there will be more community meetings to discuss plans for the recreation center, but no dates have been set.