The City of Bloomington in Indiana, USA, first formally recognized that the City must begin preparing for peak oil in July 2006. A Peak Oil Task Force was created. The specific charge of the Task Force is to acquire and study current and credible data; seek community feedback; coordinate efforts with other governmental agencies; work to educate the community; and, to develop a Bloomington Peak Oil Task Force Report for approval by the Mayor and Common Council outlining strategies the City and community might pursue to mitigate the effect of declining fuel supplies in areas including, but not limited to: transportation, municipal services, energy production and consumption, food security, water, and wastewater.
In December 2009, the Task Force’s report was approved by the Common Council.
Read more and find the report here: http://bloomington.in.gov/peakoil