Aggie Stadium 1 Shields Ave, Davis, CA95616 Opened in time for the 2007 UC Davis football season, Aggie Stadium, occupying 20 acres across La Rue Road from the…More dairy barns, is the new home of Aggie football, replacing Toomey Field. The UCD women's lacrosse team also calls Aggie Stadium home. From the scoreboard, a huge, dazzling Daktronics device, to the press box featuring seating for 20sports writers along with a state-of-the-art television studio, no expense was spared in creating this 21st century showcase for the Aggies.A variety of concession booths, the Aggie Pride store and numerous easily accessible restrooms are among other amenities that help make Aggie Stadium a comfortable, fan-friendly venue.
Aggie Town Apartment 512 I St, Davis, CA95616 Aggie Town Apartment is located on I Street, at the intersection of I and 5th streets. There are approximately 15…More apartments and some have garages on the first floor. There is a parking lot as well as on-street parking for tenants. There is no office on site, so it is best to call the number provided for more information.
Aggies' Barber Shop 724 2nd St, Davis, CA95616 Aggies' Barber Shop is in downtown Davis, next to Froggy's Bar & Grill. It usually has three or more…More stylists, including the owner. Its main attraction is the hot shave that comes with a $14 haircut.
Aggie Square Apartments 644 Alvarado Ave, Davis, CA95616 Aggie Square Apartments is located in North Davis on Alvarado Avenue. It has one, two and three bedroom apartments…More available, with one bathroom. Residents can take advantage of the community pool, lounge, laundry, exercise room, study room and barbecue area. The individual apartments have central air and heating, patios or balconies, as well as cable.
UC Davis actually bade two farewells to Toomey Field, its longtime football stadium. The first, with full honors,…More came in 2005. But then the Aggies came back for one last season of play here in 2006, necessitating another farewell. This was due to construction delays on Aggie Stadium, the UCD football team's new home. This unique addition to the record books only adds to the many legends surrounding the old gridiron on the northeast corner of campus.
Built in 1949 and then in 1962 named in honor of Irving F. "Crip" Toomey, longtime UCD Athletic Director, Toomey Field--now the home of the UCD Track and Field team--has seen many stirring Aggie football victories and a few heartbreakers too.
Located at the corner of C and First Streets in downtown Davis, homes in this tasteful and modest neighborhood were…More built exclusively for ownership by UC Davis faculty and staff. Though Aggie Village is right next to the hustle and bustle of the Davis Commons shopping center, it does retain a pleasant village atmosphere.
The houses are small but designed to provide maximum light exposure and privacy; several of them are partially solar powered. Many of these residences include even smaller cottages on the lots. Residence owners may rent these cottages to anyone. These cottages feature a studio style first floor and second floor loft.
Aggie Village is also close to campus (via First Street or the South Davis Bike Path), the Arboretum and the Amtrak railroad station.
Entrance to the Aggie Village is via the extension of C Street south across First Street; street parking in the neighborhood is restricted to residents.
Aggie Liquor & Deli 507 L St, Davis, CA95616 Aggie Liquor & Deli is a liquor store that carries wines, beers and hard alcohol. There is pale ale, kegs, Corona,…More Bud Light, Budweiser, Keystone and hard alcohol such as Jack Daniels, Crown Royal and different vodkas. There also other beverages available such as sport drinks, energy drinks, coffee, sodas, juices, and ice bags are also sold. There is also candy, gum, over-the-counter medicine, California lottery and household cleaning supplies for sale.
Aggie Smog 965 Olive Dr, Davis, CA95616 Aggie Smog, located across the street from 2Bennett Audimotive, is a smog testing and vehicle licensing facility.…More Despite its name, it is not affiliated with UC Davis; the shop does offer student and senior discounts, though. On the smog side, it tests for regular smog and gross polluter; on the vehicle side, it handles DMV renewals, change of ownership and the buying and selling of cars. If your car fails its initial test, it will do a free re-test if you bring it back with proof of repair. The facility itself is small, with a waiting room and front desk.
Aggie Inn 245 1st St, Davis, CA95616 Aggie Inn, located across the street from Hoa Viet, is a gracious, well appointed hotel. It has 33 rooms, with queen,…More king and cottage suite options. The grounds are kept immaculate and the front desk operates 24 hours. The hotel has its own parking lot, offers a free continental breakfast, hot tub, sauna, fitness room and free Wi-Fi to its guests. Most of the patrons that stay there are from the university, and they offer a number of university discounts, among others.
Cultive Frozen Yogurt 231 E St, Davis, CA95616 Cultive Frozen Yogurt (formerly Swirl Frozen Yogurt) is one of the plethora of yogurt shops in Davis. The interior…More is modern chic, with bright colors diplaying an array of "FroYo" dispensers, dry condiments and a fruit bar. This shop offers non-fat, sugar-free and vegan options, and also accepts Aggie Cash as a form of payment. All of its yogurt is $.39/oz.
AAMCO Transmissions 965 Olive Dr, Davis, CA95616 The Davis AAMCO, located next door to Aggie Smog on Olive Drive, is one of the many branches for the national chain…More specializing in transmission work. While it specializes in transmissions, it offers plenty of other services falling under the category of general car maintenance. There are always a number of mechanics on hand, as well as a site manager to help both customers and service technicians.