Neighbors say they're sick and tired of drunken debauchery along San Francisco's Polk Street. And now, they're doing something about it.
Neighbors will meet with the city's entertainment commission Monday afternoon to talk about noise and crowd issues.
People who live in the area say they're seeing weekend bar-goers overcrowd the sidewalks at last call where Polk intersects with Post and Sutter.
Bar owners say they do their best to control crowds, but they also point out their bars have transformed a once-blighted area.
Police say they get plenty of calls in the area, but so far, nothing unusual.
If you want to speak out about the nightlife scene on Polk Street, the public meeting starts at 4:00 this afternoon, in the Strong Conference Room at the San Francisco Public Library on Larkin Street.