For decades, a fairly nondescript building on H Street across from the railroad tracks has served as a resource center and shelter for the city’s homeless community.

Folks come here during the day for food, to take a shower, wash their clothing and blankets and access resources.

But with 75 to 100 people passing through every day, it gets crowded. It’s not uncommon for a line of 20 or more people to be waiting for the one shower available. Lines are common for the two washers and dryers as well.

Read more at the Davis Enterprise.