Tehama County Calif.—A stretch of Highway 36 in Tehama County is getting a new look.
Residents in Red Bluff will be voicing their opinions on the changes Thursday night.
The narrow two lane highway is dangerous in some places.
The changes and work will allow the highway to become safer and have better traffic flow.
An open house is Thursday night at 5 p.m. and will last for two hours at the Red Bluff Community Center.
The stretch of the highway was worked on last year as well.
The West Red Bluff Rehab Project will put six-million dollars toward re-paving, as well as repairing curbs and drains.
The project focuses on the strip of the highway from a half-mile east of Baker Road to Sale Lane just off Interstate 5.