This paper is a study on the role of the Town planners in Disaster and risk management of climate change. The aim is to study the participatory functions of town planners in disaster and risk management of climate change. The aims are to; evaluate the involvement of town planners in risk management of climate change; identify factors are undermining town planner?s activities in risk management of climate change, and, to undertake spatial analyses of disaster occurrence on buildings within the regions. In this study, primary and secondary data were utilized. Questionnaires were administered for data aggregation. The study employed descriptive statistics based on the ranking of the mean score and the use of ArcGIS for its analyses. The study identified three most significant roles of town planners in disaster and risk management and also three factors undermining the town planning profession in the area. The study also identified Old town area, Rafin Atiku, Nassarawa, Nassarawa II; Go slow and Military barrack as areas with high incidence of disaster occurrence on buildings. The study is recommended to help the government to identify disaster prone areas and their status according to their order of importance.