Based on the status quo of the site, Project xARK focuses on three aspects, ecology, economy and society, to improve communities’ resiliency when faced with disasters. In each aspect, strategies are applied within capacity from macro scope to micro scope. Ecological methods such as activation of existing dead water bodies and planting protective green belt alongside waterline aim at purifying the Polo River and improving the natural environment. Economic strategies are specifically for fishery upgrading, which the site owns as an emblem, with small family business in the community proposed to mitigate the unemployment problem and variable fishery methods suggested to improve the production of aquaculture, hence the strengthen of economic resilience. As for society, xARK introduces an updated version of the existed CMP (Community Mortgage Program) to invite informal settlers as well as people living in makeshift houses to participate into the newly constructed community that is more comfortable, resilience and environmental-friendly to live. Physical supports are demonstrated in every section, such as morphological-suited houses, vernacular materials and feasible building technologies. In the long run, Project xARK is supposed to transit weaknesses of the site into strengths, by which it becomes an ark for the disaster-threatening area city Valenzuela, even for the Metro Manila.