Here are the 18 Snohomish County ballot drop box locations

You can also mail your ballot without a stamp — this year, anyway.

Here are the 18 Snohomish County ballot drop box locations

There are 18 designated boxes in Snohomish County in which voted ballots can be placed without a stamp (although this year, at least, ballots can be mailed without a stamp). The deadline to deposit ballots or get them postmarked is Tuesday.

Voters may also drop completed ballots at the county Auditor’s Office on Monday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and on Tuesday from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. The office is at 3000 Rockefeller Ave. in Everett.

You can get more information about drop boxes here.

Here are the locations of those drop boxes:

  • Arlington: 135 N. Washington Ave. (near library).
  • Bothell: 22833 Bothell-Everett Highway (QFC parking lot).
  • Edmonds: 650 Main St. (near library).
  • Everett: Rockefeller Avenue and Wall Street (Courthouse Campus).
  • Everett: 1402 SE Everett Mall Way (Everett Mall, near Sears).
  • Everett: 600 128th St. SE (McCollum Park).
  • Gold Bar: Fifth and Orchard (Gateway Park).
  • Granite Falls: 815 E. Galena St. (near library).
  • Lake Stevens: 1800 Main St. (near the city boat launch).
  • Lynnwood: 19100 44th Ave. (in front of City Hall).
  • Marysville: 1049 State Ave. (behind City Hall).
  • Mill Creek: 159th Place SE and Mill Creek Boulevard (in turnaround near post office).
  • Monroe: 1070 Village Way (near library).
  • Mountlake Terrace: 23300 58th Ave. W (near library).
  • Mukilteo: 4675 Harbour Pointe Blvd. (near library).
  • Smokey Point:3300 169th Place NE (near Lowe’s).
  • Snohomish: 311 Maple Ave. (near library)
  • Stanwood: 9701 271st St. NW. (near library).

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