Wow. Quite a change since Google put up the first big data center here.
Get inside? Forget about it. The local paper is lucky if they can even get a statement from the company about anything. For five years, they wouldn't even publicly acknowledge that it was a Google facility. None of the people who worked on it was allowed to use the "G" word. Now they're putting up a small sign that actually says "Google" and putting up a new entrance. (The old one actually had a moat. But there was no way for lost truckers to turn around or back out). Although it still has a tank trap.
I've heard that they haven't been so freakishly secretive with more recent data centers.
Of course, both of these facilities got exemptions from paying property tax, and schools (funded by such tax) are closing.