Pollokshields Community Council is to host a meeting with education, social work and NHS bosses as well as local politicians.
They want to know why leisure space is not being developed in the area - despite multi-million plans for a new primary and health care facility.
Glendale Primary School is to receive a £1.9million rebuild and £800,000 new Gaelic School. While on McCulloch Street there is to be a new health and social care centre with two GP practices, district nurses, health visitors, a health shop and social work offices.
But Bill Fraser, chairman of Pollokshields Community Council, said "We welcome the plans to rebuild Glendale Primary School and a new Health and Social Care facility in McCulloch Street but we will lose a big chunk of open space as a result. The city council has no plans to develop and retain space for sports and leisure.
"Pollokshields is one of the least well provided wards in the city."
The meeting tonight will be attended by Anas Sarwar MP, Nicola Sturgeon MSP and the three city councillors for Pollokshields ward.
There will be an opportunity for residents to speak out about any topic but the main aim of the night will be to address green space in the area.
The meeting in Glendale School starts at 6.45pm, but there will be an exhibition of local groups' activities from 6pm.
David Meikle will be one of three local councillors attending the meeting. He said: "I am delighted that East Pollokshields will benefit from a brand new primary school and brand new health facility."
Mr Meikle added that the community would want to ensure that any greenspace is used to maximum effect.
He pointed to ground next to the area of the new health centre on McCulloch Street.
The councillor said: "There is limited green space in Pollokshields because it is a tenement area. I understand the concerns of the local council and that we will try very hard to make the most of the space we have."
A council spokesman said: "We are happy to keep discussing with the community how the remainder of the site can be used in future."