The CIP includes approximately $45 million in expenditures.
1,429 ballots were returned out of 8,078 registered voters in Snoqualmie.
The bill, signed by Gov. Jay Inslee in April, went into effect on July 28.
The new building has been in the works for more than 25 years.
Incumbent Katherine Ross, Anna Sotelo and Elaine Armstrong responded to questions at a candidate forum on July 22.
First diagnostics trip to Mestia is completed by Senior Long Range Planner Jessie Reynolds.
The rules place limitatons on time spent on records and updates billing methods.
Katherine Ross, Elaine Armstrong and Anna Sotelo campaign for Council Position No. 2
Rob McFarland and Travis Bridgman explain why they want to be mayor.