The residential area of Jemur Wonosari is one of the densely populated regions in Surabaya City. This condition is not always in line with adequate environmental management, resulting in several ecological problems. This research was conducted to plan environmental management in this area. The research method collected primary data through planning area observation, survey and interview, and secondary data about the description of region and literature. The initial survey result shows that fifty percent of residents used groundwater as the water source. Its area has, in fact, a communal wastewater treatment plant (WWTP), but is no longer in operation, which led the majority of residents (eighty-nine percent) to drain wastewater directly into the river. A total of ninety-four percent of residents disposed of solid waste without processing. The green area in this region has been less than ten percent. The result for clean water, are rainwater harvesting and bio pore. The communal WWTP is considered to be built under the existing road. The solid waste management in this area was processed through composting using takakura, bio pore, and reoperating waste bank. The concept of outdoor space optimization as the green area is divided into public and private space. Mitigation planning in the form of sanitation and green areas needs to be supported by all stakeholders to create a better and adapted environment against climate change.