DOUGLAS COUNTY, GA – Douglas County will finally celebrate the completion of its all-new 30,000 square foot multi-purpose facility with a ribbon cut this Friday, county officials announced last week, and the public is invited.
The new $ 7.5 million center, called the Boundary Waters Activity Center, is located at 4996 Highway 92 / Highway 166 – next to the Boundary Waters Aquatic Center – and was the largest construction project in the sales tax program. optional local special purpose 2016 approved by voters. .
“As chair of the Douglas County Commissioners Council, I am very pleased with our commitment to making the necessary improvements and updates to our parks in Douglas County,” said the County Commission Chairperson. of Douglas, Romona Jackson Jones, in a press release. âI would like to thank the citizens for their commitment thanks to their SPLOST dollars and to trust us for the construction of this magnificent facility. I congratulate the Chairman of the Parks and Recreation Committee, Henry Mitchell III, and the Director of Parks and Recreation, Gary Dukes, for their efforts.
According to Douglas County Commissioner Kelly Robinson, this is also the completion of the county’s 20-year dream of creating a 500-acre mega-complex and eight parks along the Chattahoochee River. The new center features two full-size regulation basketball courts, an exercise room, weight room, multi-purpose room and an elevated running track, among other amenities.
âThis resort offers basketball, swimming, football, soccer, baseball, nature trails, estuary trails and disc golf. Simply put, it’s a place families can meet. all of their diverse recreational needs in one place, âshe said in a press release. .