While many of the streets may not be main thoroughfares, officials said they carry steady traffic and are in the worst shape.
The 13 streets include:
W. Preston Street – between Ethel and West Street (775 feet)
Chestnut Street – entire street (1,535 feet)
Primrose Street – entire street (1,135 feet)
Walnut Street – entire street (2,240 feet)
Center Street – entire street (1,430 feet)
W. Elizabeth Street – entire street (1,175 feet)
Third Avenue – entire street (920 feet)
W. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Way – between S. Pollock and Green Street (1,430 feet)
W. Waddell Street – between N. Massey and N. Raiford (360 feet)
Ethel Street – between W. Dr MLK to W. Noble (350 feet)
S. Brevard Street – between W. Dr MLK to W. Noble (330 feet)
W. Railroad Street – between N. Green and Center (2,000 feet)
E. Griswold Street – entire street (2,210 feet)
The list of streets was given to Selma council members on Tuesday. A date on when the final decision will be made was not announced.