H street runs North to South along the railroad tracks between a dead end just south of the Covell overpass, and Sweetbriar, just south of East 8th Street. Another short block of H Street exists in downtown Davis between 2nd and 3rd Streets. Near the north end of H Street, there is a bike tunnel close to the Covell overpass which goes under the railroad tracks. H street and the railroad track seems to be the agreed boundary between East Davis and Central Davis.
The one-block segment of H street in downtown was a narrow alley prior to street reconfiguration work completed circa 2004. Because this block was more like an alley before then, it is often overlooked as being part of H Street.
The "little league end" used to be a place where rowdy teens would go to smash broken appliances and participate in other forms of juvenile delinquency. However, the street has received a "makeover" of sorts in recent years, and now features a greenbelt complete with benches and shrubberies.
Davis Nursery, a retail nursery owned by the Basinger family, was on H Street for more than 40 years.
H Street was once known as Woodland Street.
- 811 H Street Apartments
- Boardwalk Apartments
- Backside of Americana Arms Apartments
- Parking for the Davis Little League complex
- The Craft of Fo' Paws Pet grooming
- H Street Shelter Transitional housing and homeless shelter
- Salon at Maple Court Cozy, cute, and professional hair salon
- ACE Hardware
- Tres Hermanas