Bangladesh is one of the most disaster prone countries in the world. The unique natural setting and climatic condition of the country are responsible for major disasters. Among different disasters, the flood is one of the most threatening disasters for Bangladesh. Disaster management is not considered as mainstream issue in the physical planning process of Bangladesh. Usually, it is treated here as relief and rehabilitation work after the attack of disasters. Manikganj is one of the most flood vulnerable districts of the Bangladesh. Manikganj Pourashava is more vulnerable to flood than other places of the district. To prevent flood and reduce flood damage effects, both structural and non-structural measures are practiced here in a small scale. But these measures are not sufficient for effective flood management. To prevent frequent flood attacks, reduce damages and save people from sufferings of flood, all the flood management measures must be incorporated into the existing and proposed physical planning activities both at national and local level.