Cities in Indonesia have continued to develop into centers of activity and their position in disaster-prone areas such as fault zones and coastlines leads to higher risks to various threats of natural and social disasters that can disrupt the balance of city performance. A framework of urban disaster resilience indicators is needed as an instrument to measure the performance of cities in Indonesia in overcoming and adapting to disaster events that can occur anytime and anywhere. From the results of the analysis based on a review of the literature theory and concept of disaster resilience, Regional Capacity Index as an indicator framework is still less able to describe the actual performance conditions of the urban disaster resilience according to the facts of the field. There are physical and social characteristics of the region as attributes of vulnerability to be factors that should also be considered as an indicator of the urban’s resilient performance against the threat of disaster. The formulation of indicator frameworks is proposed which is divided into three main dimensions: the physical-ecological dimension of the region, the socio-economic dimension of the community, and the administrative dimension. The recommendations are expected to be an input for the government and especially to Badan Nasional Penanggulangan Bencana (BNPB) or the National Disaster Management Agency (NDMA) in developing a framework of disaster resilience city performance indicators in Indonesia.