CHICAGO
03/31/2010 05:12 am ET Updated May 25, 2011

Obama Security Price Tag: Chicago Owed $1.58M

The City of Chicago has spent more than $3.5 million on presidential security since November of 2008--and though the services are reimbursed by the federal government, the city is still owed $1.58 million.

According to documents obtained by ABC7 Chicago, the security costs include police details at the Obama's Kenwood home, police escorts and security at the federal building during the presidential transition.

Federal officials told ABC the city would be reimbursed for all money spent on the security detail.

In October of 2009, Chicago Police turned over regular security details to the Secret Service, ABC reports.