Days after the city’s zero-tolerance encampment resumed, a fresh assortment of tarps and improvised buildings have appeared in the Mass and Cass corridor of Boston.

On the day before the crackdown, there were more encampments visible to Boston 25 News on Wednesday than there were on Sunday night.

Despite growing problems with crime and sanitation inside the tents, the city of Boston has said it won’t be evicting people who refuse.

Some longtime encampment residents told Boston 25 News that they are still having trouble locating the appropriate resources and a way forward.

“There’s a lot of people that have housing that are still out here and a lot of people that need housing that don’t have it,” said one woman who didn’t want her name published.

Business leaders told Boston 25 News that they weren’t expecting to see any changes.

Gerry DiPierro, owner of DiPierro Construction, said he’s bracing for what he expects will be more encampments, more people and more problems heading into the summer months.

“I’m disgusted with the whole situation at this point,” said DiPierro. “I’m just done with all this.”

Boston 25 News reached out to the city of Boston for an updated comment on the progress of the encampment policy.