In 2016, the City of College Park adopted a Complete and Green Streets Policy. This policy seeks to provide immediate and long‐term benefits for community residents by incorporating safe multimodal transportation options throughout the city by reconstructing streets to incorporate complete and green principles. These principles include sidewalks, bicycle routes, stormwater best management (low-impact development) practices, and street trees. In 2019, the city applied for and was awarded (by the Prince George’s County Planning Board) planning assistance to implement the city’s 2016 policy using an M-NCPPC-funded consultant. The consultant assessed the feasibility of implementing complete and green streets infrastructure on previously identified priority street segments. The 30 percent designs and cost estimates developed in this project will be used to gather community consensus through outreach, apply for grants, develop final designs, and advance projects to construction. This report describes the process of selecting the prioritized street segments and summarizes the 30 percent designs and cost estimates.