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All meetings and work sessions take place the Council Chambers, on the second floor of City Hall, 1049 State Ave.
The Council does not meet in August, and official holidays occurring on Mondays push meetings to the following Tuesday evening.
Coming from the south, take northbound I-5 exit 199 (SR 528/Fourth Street), turn right and head east on Fourth Street, then turn north (left) on State Ave. City Hall is just north of 10th Street on your left.
Coming from the north, take southbound I-5 exit 200 (88th Street NE/QuilCeda Boulevard) and turn left to head east on 88th St. Cross the railroad tracks and turn right (south) on State Avenue. City Hall is just south of Grove Street on your right.
You may register on-line at www.vote.wa.gov. Mail-in registration forms are also available at libraries, post offices, and at the county Auditor’s Office. You may also register when you renew your driver’s license. To be eligible to register, you must be a U.S. citizens 18 years old or older who is a resident of Washington state. All registered voters in Snohomish County automatically receive a mailed ballot about 20 days before Election Day.You can return your ballot through the mail postmarked no later than Election Day, use a local ballot drop box until 8 p.m. on Election Day, or bring to the Snohomish County Elections Office at 3000 Rockefeller Ave.For more information contact the Snohomish County Elections Division at (425) 388-3444.