TISHOMINGO, Okla. (KTEN) — The City of Tishomingo and the Oklahoma Department of Transportation have met for a final punch list for the Main Street renovation project.

The project, which is completely funded by the state, has fixed the major roadway running through Tishomingo's downtown. The punch list discussed between ODOT and the city features final touches to the project, including signage postings and new paint on the busy road.

"ODOT has finished the project," city manager Troy Golden said. "It was a final walk through to make sure that all the loose ends are tied up."

The last additions on the project will cap a two-year project that ran from Chisholm Street on East Main to the Pennington Creek bridge.

"Main Street being completed is an asset to the city of Tishomingo, along with other infrastructure improvements that are happening in the city," Golden said. "We look forward to the progress being made."

The city expects road closures as the final touches are worked on. City officials will update citizens as to when the closures will be.