Entering the end of the year, we will experience more rain season. Jakarta is known as a city that is prone to flooding.
The DKI Jakarta Regional Disaster Management Agency (BPBD) stated there are 82 urban villages. Currently, the development will be focused on 34 of it. Considering that these urban villages are located in the Ciliwung Watershed (DAS).
The DKI Jakarta Regional Disaster Management Agency (BPBD) has mapped a number of flood-prone areas in the capital city.
The following is data for 82 flood-prone urban villages in Jakarta:
West Cilandak, Lebak Bulus, Pondok Labu, North Cipete, Petogogan, Cipulir, North Kebayoran Lama, Pondok Pinang, Bangka, and West Kuningan.
Then there is Mampang Prapatan, Pela Mampang, Tegal Parang, Kalibata, Pengadegan, Rawajati, East Cilandak, Jati Padang, East Pejaten, Bintaro. And South Petukangan, Ulujami, Bukit Duri, Kebon Baru, and Manggarai.
East Cakung, Pulo Gebang, Rawa Terate, Cibubur, Kelapa Dua Wetan, Rambutan, Pondok Bambu, Chinese Bidara. Next comes Cipinang Besar Selatan, Cipinang Muara, Kampung Melayu, Cawang, and Cililitan.
Furthermore, in Hamlet Village, Kramat Jati, Cipinang Melayu, Halim Perdana Kusuma, Kebon Pala, Makassar, Pinang Ranti, Kebon Manggis, Kalisari, and Pekayon.
West Cengkareng, East Cengkareng, Duri Kosambi, Kapuk, Kedaung Kali Angke, Swamp Crocodile, Jelambar Baru, Wijaya Kesuma. Then Semanan, Tegal Alur, Duri Kepa, South Kedoya, North Kedoya, Joglo, South Kembangan, North Kembangan, and Pinangsia.
Cilincing, Marunda, West Semper, East Semper, Suka Pura, East Kelapa Gading, Pegangsaan Dua, South Monument, West Pademangan, Kamal Muara. Next are Kapuk Muara, Butchery, Penjaringan, Pluit, and Tanjung Priok.
Karet Tengah and Petamburan Villages.