Twenty-four people signed up to help students in need.
About 1 in 5 UMD students hold a commuter parking pass.
The facility will take the place of what was once a pool facility in College Park Woods.
The city discussed plans to spend $30,000 in total on the celebration.
Following the Dec. 2 vote, Peer to Peer and Every Campus a Refuge are able to continue their work.
The new building's doors are expected to open in 2022.
John Lea-Cox and Andrew Ristvey are working with Up Top Acres to farm rooftop produce.
The project was originally estimated to cost $4,000.