A meet the candidates forum at Yarrabilba on Friday, February 21 will give locals an insight into who they can vote in the divisions nine and four seats on March 28.
The forum, hosted by the Logan Regional Chamber of Commerce, is on at Thom and Ann's Restaurant from 6pm.
Locals will hear from each of the candidates as they ramp up their campaigns for the Logan City Council election.
Laurie Koranski (division 4), Scott Bannan, Helen Cowley, Bob Lye, Rob Morris and Mathew Owens have been invited to attend.
Chamber president Chyerl Pridham said it was important constituents knew who they were voting for.
"Only a couple of the candidates are known to the people in this area," Mrs Pridham said.
"How can people vote if they don't know who they are voting for?"
Residents have until February 19 to lodge their questions for the candidates. They can email firstname.lastname@example.org No questions will be taken on the night.
Mrs Pridham said it was a move to ensure respectful debate.
"I have been to enough events in this area to know that politicians can get yelled at," she said.
"That's not what this is about."
Mr Owens said fast development, with little supporting infrastructure, was the biggest issue people in the division faced.
"There is a complete lack of public transport," he said.
"We have Yarrabilba on one side of us and Flagstone, which is going to be big, on the other, and it [infrastructure] hasn't come with it yet."
He said council had a unique opportunity to secure funding for state roads, with a Queensland election in October and LNP and Labor campaigning for funds.
"There is a golden opportunity for that council," he said.
Mr Lye, a 30-year resident of the area, said he knew what issues the residents would raise at the forum.
Mount Lindesay Highway pain, rural roads flooding and streetlights would be high on constituents' agenda, he said.
Mr Lye welcomed the chance to meet with the voters.
"It's always interesting, speaking to the constituents," he said.
"What we need to have now is the debate."
Mr Morris predicted rural issues like trickle-feed water supply and burning off bushland would be raised.
Roads would also be discussed, he said, but they were not all council issues.
"Council will be lobbying state and federal governments to have funding increased," Mr Morris said.
Candidate Helen Cowley welcomed the format.
"We are grown adults, and part of it is we need to have a far better, cleaner campaign," she said.
Chamber vice president Joel Hall will moderate the debate.
Another debate is set down for the division 11 voters at Flagstone State School Hall.
Constituents will hear from candidates Kath de Leon, Natalie Wilcox and Bryan Bartlett.