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Bengawan Solo is the longest river in Indonesia which.flows through Central Java to East Java. As a gatheringplace ofwater, Bengawan Solo basin area susceptible annual floods that included several City and County which are located nearby. Guyangan Village is one ofthe area in Bojonegoro Regency that sufferedfrom flood disaster caused by the huge amount ofBengawan Solo flooding water in every year. The characteristics of recurrent disasters that took place in a certain period of time, periodically cause a reaction, action, and adaptations made by the people in disaster areas. It occurs on an ongoing basis and is often difficult to identify the activity or the stage where a reaction, action, and adaptation is occur. Each reaction, action, and adaptations made, basically to build a community capacity against the disasters, so that it should be done repeatedly and continuously toform a society aware ofthe risks. The social structure mapping of Guyangan Village Society indicates that the community has potential to develop their capacity in order to build optimal community resilience to reduce disaster impact. Mapping is done through analysis ofpatterns of proximity and degree of influence. It is also built with pattern analysis of coordination and dependency, utilizing the seven identified relations in the social network analysis. The increasing ofcommunity capacity was influenced by various other actors and externalities from outside. Based from this phenomenon, the Government Agency assigned to deal with the disaster, the Regional Disaster Management Agency (BPBD), along with other related Agency, such as Social Services, Department PSAW, District Government, and others are holding a big task to coordinate with the community to anticipate the disaster impact. The result of this research, can be seen in the succesfu/lness of mapping the community resilience within a numerous value. This is done with the thorough analysis of Social Network Analysis method using the density and dendogram analysis. The cumulative percentage of community resilience shows that the condition of Guyangan village society recently was 33.6% of the optimum conditions. Increasing this value can be initiated by an increase in social structures that originated from each relationship occured