SCP Foundation Secure Facility Dossier
Official Designation: SCP Foundation Portland Research and Containment Facility
Site Identification Code: USORPL-Site-64
Access trail to Site-64 entrance. Click to enlarge.
Founded: 15 November 1971
Founding Director: Dr. Hayden White
Location: Forest Park, Portland, Oregon, United States
Cover Story: Portland Parks and Recreation Department Maintenance Stations.
Site Function: Research, Containment, Task Force Deployment, Anomalous Materials Synthesis, Monitoring of the Three Portlands Location of Interest.
Size: Area of 3.15km2
Offices and Wings:
Main Offices (Subterranean Lv1): Administrative, Mobile Task Force Office
A Wing (Subterranean Lv1): Staff Dormitories, Living Quarters, Medical Center
B Wing (Subterranean Lv1): Low Security Research
C Wing (Subterranean Lv1): Low Security Storage Warehouse
D Wing (Subterranean Lv2): D-Class Dormitories
E Wing (Subterranean Lv2): Medium Security (Safe/Euclid) Storage Wing
F Wing (Subterranean Lv2): Anomalous Materials Labs, Anomalous Electronics Labs
G Wing (Subterranean Lv2): Experimental Object Labs, Advanced Records
H Wing (Subterranean Lv3): Type-S Humanoid Anomaly Containment Cellblock
I Wing (Subterranean Lv3): Aviary
Site Director: Edgar Holman
Asst. Site Director: Dr. Sarah O'Connell
Asst. Dir. of Personnel: Cameron Miles
Asst. Dir. of Facilities: Dr. Milena Lopez
Asst. Dir. of Research: Dr. Avery Sanchez
Asst. Dir. of Containment: Sophia Turner
Asst. Dir. of Task Forces: Agent William Johnson
Department Heads: 5
Staff Doctors: 21
Staff Researchers: 137
Administrative Personnel: 23
Maintenance or Janitorial: 38
Security Personnel: 53
Other Personnel: 42
Anomalies Currently Under the Jurisdiction of Site-64
Located 0.5 km below Forest Park, in Portland, Oregon, Site-64 is a small regional site primarily dedicated to containing and researching anomalies generated in the Portland and Vancouver anomalous art communities and anomalous electronics industry, as well as monitoring the Three Portland's LoI.
Vortex I: A Biodegradable Festival of Life (1970). Catalyst of the founding of Site-64.
Site-64 was originally founded following the Foundation discovery of Three Portlands during undercover operations within the Oregon Counterculture movement at the 1970 Vortex I music festival. The discovery of such a large anomalous community existing without Foundation knowledge quickly prompted the Foundation to take action, and within a year Site-64 was successfully completed, providing the Foundation oversight for a region largely ignored up to that point.
Under the leadership of Director Hayden White, a former Site-81 containment specialist, Site-64 quickly reigned in the Portland anomalous art communities, driving most if not all of these groups into Three Portlands by the mid-1970s. Following this initial period, Site-64's activity substantially quieted down, with the site becoming little more than a storage warehouse for minor anomalous items confiscated by the regions mobile task forces. By the time of Director White's retirement in 1989, the facility had largely become considered a backwater.
Anderson Robotics trade logo, circa 2014.
While the site was updated with additional facilities in the 1980's and 1990's, activity did not pick back up until 2007, following the discovery of the Anderson Robotics Group of Interest. Due to Anderson Robotics' use of Portland, Oregon and Three Portlands as a headquarters, MTF Gamma-13 (Asimov's Lawbringers) was created and based at Site-64. The spike in local anomalous activity associated with Anderson Robotic's founding prompted the construction of Site-64's Anomalous Materials, and Anomalous Electronics labs, as well as prompting additional MTFs to relocate to the facility, making it the regions foremost task force staging point.
As of 2016, Site-64 is recognized as one of the SCP Foundation's premier facilities along the US West Coast, and the top facility within the Pacific Northwest.