Downed power lines have closed two more Multnomah County roads this afternoon: the West Historic Columbia River Highway in Troutdale and a rural section of Dodge Park Boulevard.
Downed power lines have closed sections of Division Drive and Dodge Park Road in rural east Multnomah County. The local utility predicts the lines will be cleared by early this evening.
NE Glisan St. has reopened between NE 202nd Ave. and NE Fairview Parkway, after high waters receded. All Multnomah County roads are now open.
High water from this week's heavy rains has closed NE Glisan Street between NE 202nd Avenue and NE Fairview Parkway in east Multnomah County.
Oxbow Parkway and NW Cornell Road remain closed due to landslides and washouts caused by this week's heavy rains.
At 8 pm Monday a number of Multnomah County roads in rural east county remain closed due to landslides, washouts and other problems related to today's heavy rains.
NW Cornelius Pass Road has reopened between Highway 30 and NW Skyline Blvd. after county crews cleared a landslide that dumped earth on the road. Other county roads remain closed due to storm.
A number of roads maintained by Multnomah County are temporarily closed this afternoon due to high water, downed trees, landslides, washouts and other problems related to today's heavy rains.
Corbett Hill Road in the Columbia River Gorge is closed between Interstate 84 and the Historic Columbia River Highway while crews clear a landslide near Reed Road.
Stark Street will be closed several months in summer 2016 near Mt. Hood Community College for a culvert replacement
Corbett Hill Road in the Columbia River Gorge has reopened after a closure last night caused by icy conditions.
Traffic signals are back in operation in Troutdale and Wood Village after a power outage this morning. Corbett Hill Road in the Columbia Gorge remains closed due to ice.