Hawaii will get $7.48 million from FEMA to help cover some expenses incurred while hosting the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation conference.
U.S. Sen. Daniel Inouye announced Thursday the money comes from a National Special Security Event grant administered by the Federal Emergency Management Agency.
APEC brought high-profile dignitaries including President Barack Obama and other heads of state to Honolulu in November.
Final costs for hosting APEC in November were calculated earlier this month. Honolulu Mayor Peter Carlisle says the price tag ended up being less than $21 million.
The city applied for federal reimbursement for some of the costs.