Abstract：As the urban safety and public health risks faced by modern urban development become more prominent, building the resilience of urban communities has become increasingly important. As the short board of urban resilience construction, old communities urgently need to promote the overall improvement of the city through urban renewal. The formation of community resilience also needs to take into account the community’s space facility system and service management autonomy. Building resilient communities can better build Integrated communities. This paper takes the old community renovation practice in the old urban area of Guangzhou as an example, and proposes the resilience improvement action framework and implementation process of the old community renovation, which is reflected in the implementation of specific projects. This practice has carried out practical explorations from the aspects of ensuring human settlements, optimizing municipal facilities, promoting old and young friendliness, creating flexible spaces, improving supporting services, building smart communities, and improving service autonomy, and has achieved remarkable results. It is hoped that this study can provide a useful reference for the renovation of old residential communities in China.