WARNER ROBINS, Ga. — The push for more recreation in Houston County moved forward Friday.
People gathered to break ground for the new North Houston Recreation Center in Warner Robins.
Mayor Randy Toms announced they'll name different sections of the center in honor of people who made the project happen.
Toms said the field could be named after the late Mike Davis, a former city council member who passed away from pancreatic cancer.
And the recreation department will soon be named after Claude Lewis, who served as director for the department for almost three decades. Lewis says the new complex will be a place everyone can enjoy.
"This is going to be for everybody and not just the youth of the community, it's going to be for the adults as well as the youth, and you adults need to take part in it," Lewis said.
The complex will be located at 900 North Houston Road and will have basketball courts, fitness rooms, and a raised track.
Right now there is no completion date set.