Almost all side streets I have driven this evening in Troutdale are iced and treacherous. I have witnessed many spinouts from drivers going too fast for the conditions. Stark, 257th, Glisan, Halsey etc are sanded, as is Troutdale/Buxton Rd.
I-84 east from before Wood Village is iced and slick. Beware of big rigs parked on the side of the freeway before and after the Troutdale exit, chaining up before entering the Columbia River Gorge.
257th is sanded but still slick. Too many fools are going too fast for the conditions.
Troutdale Rd/Buxton Rd is icy but has been sanded. The big hill at Buxton and Columbia River Highway is passable.
The historic Columbia river highway from the Sandy river bridge to the Stark street bridge is packed snow and ice. Beware of downed tree limbs. The frozen waterfalls on the cliffs, however, are fantastic.
I-84 east of Troutdale gets worse the farther you get, so be safe, carry or put on your chains, or better yet, delay your trip.