This report describes an initiative of the Urban Sustainability Directors Network (USDN) to encourage the creation of resilience hubs, which are defined as community-serving facilities meant to both support residents and coordinate resource distribution and services before, during, or after a natural hazard event. While these are primarily meant to address vulnerability and risk, this report explains how resilience hubs can also help reduce GHG emissions and support social equity. The report draws on lessons from two cities, Washington, DC, and Baltimore, Maryland, that are actively exploring the resilience hub concept. USDN emphasizes that hubs should play a role in shifting power from government to residents and community-based organizations. Therefore, it is essential that communities drive the design, site selection, and management of resilience hubs.