No developed climbing on the OR coast.
In town: (Eugene/Springfield): skinners butte (handful of basalt columns), Crux Rock Gym
Within 2 hours: Sisters (bouldering), 3 sisters, Mt Washington, 3 Finger Jack (mtneering), Flagstone (trad and sport), Wolf Rock, Menagerie, Cock Rock (lane county classic!
), super secret mixed crag
Within 3 hours: Smith Rock, Trout Creek, Mt Hood, Mt Jefferson, all of Portland, Beacon, the gorge
Ice... Michael Layton said it best: If you stay in vermont you will get way more local water ice, but there is some to be had around here.
If you move to the PNW you will have access to more rewarding BIG ice climbs, but they will be few and far between. You'll be closer to road trips to the canadian rockies and montana, although flying there from vermont is way quicker than driving there from portland.
Vermont=more ice climbing for you
PNW=real alpinism, but with much hair pulling and failure
Awesome town! PM me if you have specific questions... I grew up here