Mayes County, Oklahoma

  • Welcome

    Google is proud to call Oklahoma home to one of our data centers.

    In 2007, we announced plans to construct a data center complex in Mayes County, Oklahoma. Then in 2012, 2015, and 2018, we announced expansions of our local data center facilities. Over time, we've invested over $2.5 billion and have established a long-term commitment to the region and state. Now a fully operational site, we've created over 400 jobs on site, and we work hard to support the communities in which our employees live and work.

    Since 2011, we’ve awarded more than $2 million in grants to Oklahoma nonprofits and schools in areas that we’re passionate about, including science and technology education, carbon reduction, and access to the internet.

    Where do I get more information?

    For community-related questions, please email
    mayescounty@google.com.

    Members of the media, please email
    press@google.com.

    For answers to frequently asked questions, see our FAQ.

    Related sites

    The Data Center Mural Project

    Digital artist Jenny Odell created collages made up of imagery collected from Google Maps on the outside of our Mayes County data center.

    The magic behind the cloud

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    Data center infographic

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    Economic impact report

    Read how Google Data Centers support the economy.

  • Working Here

    WE'RE HIRING!

    Google hires the most qualified individuals from around the world. We make it a priority to hire from the local community whenever possible because it‘s good for business and the right thing to do.

    We also seek to contract with local vendors whenever possible. If you are a vendor or are interested in providing a service to Google, please provide additional information through our supplier interest form.

    Find available positions at our data center
    Woman in data center

    Life at Google Data Centers

    The technology in our data centers is groundbreaking, but the people who run them are truly remarkable.

    MEET THE AMAZING PEOPLE BEHIND THE TECHNOLOGY
  • Community
    • About Community

      In the community

      At Google, we’re committed to playing a positive role in every community in which we operate around the world. Through grant-making and local initiatives that utilize our tools and expertise, we’re working to help businesses, educational institutions, community collaboratives, nonprofits, and individuals create and thrive in a sustainable, knowledge-based economy. We are always on the lookout for opportunities for Googlers to share their time and expertise with the local community.

      Google's community contributions by the numbers:
      $2.5 billion: Investment in Mayes County since the data center was built in 2007.
      $2 million: Total in charitable giving dollars donated to nonprofits and schools in Oklahoma since 2011.
      50%: Percent less energy consumed at Google facilities, compared to a typical data center.

    • In Community

      Partnerships and events

      Google works with local organizations to sponsor several community events each year, from promoting science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) education to helping small businesses get online.

    • Community Grants

      Community grants

      Since 2011, we’ve awarded more than $2 million in grants to Oklahoma nonprofits and schools in areas that we’re passionate about, including science and technology education, carbon reduction, and access to the internet.

      Learn more about our Data Center Community Grants program, eligibility criteria, and how to apply.

    • Environment

      Green initiatives

      Google is also committed to creating a better web that's better for the environment. We welcome proposals from data center communities that reduce carbon emissions in the immediate region, including projects that increase the renewable energy mix powering our data centers. Applicants can be nonprofit or for-profit entrepreneurs. We look for cost of generation, innovation, and total carbon reduction. You can submit proposals to mayescounty@google.com.