Lisa Ownby will be an excellent supervisor for the Stonehouse District. Lisa has lived in the area for over 30 years, and during that time has made some major accomplishments. While raising children here and putting them through school in James City County, she has also served on the school board all the while helping to run her family business. Lisa served on the school board during the pandemic, and her experience will be invaluable to help navigate the upcoming split between Williamsburg and James City public schools. This will be especially important due to explosive growth and proposed residential growth in the Stonehouse District.

If you’re lucky enough, you may be able to catch Lisa speaking to residents and getting to know them at the Toano Open Air Market or one of our local events. She is a genuine lady who cares about the needs of all citizens and is excited to represent the Stonehouse District on the board of supervisors. Lisa always has time to listen to the concerns of local residents in the area she loves so much.

Lisa has also racked up endorsements from many of our local first responder and education groups as well. She is endorsed by the Virginia Police Benevolent Association; the York/Williamsburg/Poquoson/James City Professional Fire Fighters, Paramedics and 911 Dispatchers (local firefighters union 2498); and the WJCC Education Association. Lisa Ownby is the right choice for Stonehouse.

Josh Mathias James City County