If I could move outta Seattle, now would be the time. Although, hopeful we arnt here when the worst of the natural disasters for your and my region occur! Really wish we had a way of better predicting these things to be able to evacuate well beforeYou live down south of me as the crow sort of flies (if it was not quite straight)
But seriously speaking, the Mt Hood area is one of the big volcano zones like Rainier or Mt St Helens or Mt Baker all of which have the capability to suddenly roar to life and if MSH was any indication, volcanoes are preceded by a bunch of quakes small and large as the magma sloshes around underneath. Yellowstone's caldera is nearby and that is one big super volcano that is most definitely active.
We live 6 hours north of Vancouver BC driving north and west at about 100 km per hour, and our province is warned that if Baker ever blew it's top, say goodbye to the American Pacific Northwest around Seattle northwards to our Vancouver/lower mainland area.
Meanwhile we sit on a huge fault zone off the coast, which will knock out Vancouver etc if ever that gets going in the big quake we are supposed to have happen here in BC sooner or later.
Our area has small quakes, but we are between the coastal range and the Rockies.