Sonoma County's roads department late Friday morning listed these roads affected by the storm. If you know of other roads affected, leave a comment below and we'll post it.

–Alexander Valley Road, just west of the Russian River, flooded and closed.

–Arnold Drive south of Madrone Road, closed due to flooding.

–Arroyo Road in Sonoma, tree down and road closed.

–Canyon Road near Forestville, closed due to down tree and power lines.

–Coleman Valley Road a mile west of Joy Road, closed due to tree.

–Cueno Road at Arroyo Road, closed due to down tree and power lines.

–Geysers Road near Cloverdale, closed with large slide across both lanes.

–Green Valley Road, from Ross to Thomas roads, flooded.

–Lytton Station Road at Hassett Lane, flooded and closed.

–Old Monte Rio Road from Sunny Drive to Cnopius Road, closed due to landslide.

–Piner Road at Hartman Lane and between Fulton and Willowside roads, flooded and closed.

–Pressley Road near Crane Canyon, rocks on road, possible road damage–Roberts Road at Lichau Road, flooded.

–Rainsville Road, near Stony Point Road, closed due to flooding.

–Roberts Road at Lichau Road, closed due to flooding.

–Rohnert Park Expressway at Stony Point Road, flooded.

–Todd Road, from Llano Road to Old Gravenstein Highway, flooded and closed.

–Valley Ford Road at Highway 1, flooded and closed.

–Westside Road north of Wohler Road, flooded and closed.

From: The Road Warrior, The Press Democrat,

See the artifacts

The History Museum will host a reception at 1 p.m. Saturday, March 24 to open an exhibit on the time capsule buried in 1968 in downtown Santa Rosa. It includes a presentation by an anthropologist on the contents of the time capsule and a screening of the film “Santa Rosa: The Chosen Spot of All the Earth.”

The City of Santa Rosa will celebrate its 150th birthday on Sept. 8 with a celebration in Old Courthouse Square, including the burial of a new time capsule. Details can be viewed at