A DDOT crew walks across fresh, very hot asphalt to smooth out the pothole repair. (Robert Thomson/The Washington Post)

D.C.’s most unlikely palooza is starting Friday.

Mayor Muriel Bowser (D) will kick-off this morning the city’s 8th annual Potholepalooza — a campaign to showcase the city’s efforts to repair potholes and damaged roadways.

During the spring campaign, D.C. says it’s committed to repairing reported potholes in 72 hours.

Residents who see a potholes can report them in any of the following ways: (Via the District Department of Transportation.)

  1. Call the Mayor’s Call Center at 311,
  2. Use the Online Service Request Center at 311.dc.gov,
  3. Visit DDOT’s service request website http://ddot.dc.gov/potholes
  4. Tweet to twitter.com/DDOTDC, Use the hashtag #potholepalooza
  5. Email to Potholepalooza 2016.
  6. Use the District’s DC311 smartphone application.
  7. Visit, like and post a comment on Potholepalooza on Facebook.com.

The District’s Department of Transportation says that it filled more than 64,000 potholes since 2009. In 2015, the agency says it received more than 6,000 service requests for pothole repairs during the Potholepalooza campaign and filled 27,440 potholes.

The mayor will launch the campaign at 11 a.m. on the 3000 block of Brandywine Street, NW.