Threat and asset mapping is a risk identification of flood-prone areas of the city by conducting a series of meetings with key people on specific subwards. Use of influential community members and leaders to identify assets, threats, and evacuation centers and issues that contribute to flooding in their subwards. Assets are things that are important to the community but are not at risk of flooding, threats are things that the community ”thinks” may flood if the hazard continues unabated and evacuation centers are areas that the community members who have been affected by floods flee to for a safe stay. This information can only be provided by the community itself since they understand their neighborhoods better. These meetings were conducted in more than 200 communities in the city.