The shade in Cesar Chavez Plaza provides a refuge for people during the rising, record-breaking heat in downtown Sacramento. Staying cool is critical during a heat wave — as is staying hydrated. But for Sacramento’s over 5,000 unhoused people, accessing that drinking water isn’t always straightforward. And while Sacramento has 297 drinking fountains, they don’t always provide cold water, for example. Jeffrey Milner, who is unhoused, said he’s gotten water from people near the downtown library branch and from people giving away water at Cesar Chavez.