WASHINGTON (WUSA9) -- As the calendar turns to April and winter moves closer and closer to the rearview mirror, the District is ramping up its efforts to fill in potholes.

District officials announced Friday the beginning of the annual Potholepalooza campaign, which means that additional crews will be on the road to make pothole repairs.

For the first time, according to the District, residents will be able to check the status of pothole repairs online through the District Department of Transportation website.

The goal of the campaign is to have potholes fixed 48 hours after they're reported.

A list of how District residents can report a pothole is below (via DDOT):

- Call the Mayor's Call Center at 311

- Visit DDOT’s online pothole repair site

- Tweet @DDOTDC and/or use hashtag #potholepalooza

- Email the Service Request Center

- Use DC’s 311 smartphone app

- Text DC 311, type Pothole and then type the service request location. Type Status for an update