This site is a rendition of the developers future vision for The Oasis of Texas.

About the developer


Jack Dillon

 Jack Dillon is the President and Managing General Partner of The Oasis of Texas and is responsible for the management, developing and sales operations of the planned 911-acre recreational residential land development project. 

Dillon has served as a Project Director, Sales Director and Director of Land Development to multiple master-planned communities in Montgomery, Harris, Liberty and Walker Counties in Texas over the previous 20-years. Dillon recently completed his contract with The Signorelli Corporation, a major residential land developer in Montgomery & Harris counties in February of 2019, where he served as The Land Director. 

Prior to joining the Signorelli Corporation, Dillon directed the development and sales of The Preserve of Texas, a 2,000-acre recreational residential master-planned community in Liberty County, producing over $12m in lot sales from 2013-2016. Dillon represented the company to those purchasing land, home builders, governmental agencies, public city and county officials, utility districts, taxing authorities and in community relations.

Jack Dillon is a proven land development veteran who during his career has managed over 6,000 acres of large-scale master planned communities, including the award winning, 480-acre Emerald Lakes, a project of Lake Forest Development Corporation located in Montgomery County. Emerald Lakes experienced a record-breaking three-year sell-out in 2010, under Dillon’s management. 

Dillon is a life-long resident of the Houston area, born and raised. Prior to his land development career, Dillon owned Supra Tech Petroleum and Corporate Ventures & Management.

Dillon served as President of the Board of Directors for the Dowdell Public Utility District, Vice-President of the Home Owner’s Association & President of Architectural Control Committee for Emerald Lakes, as well as serving as President and Coach for AAYF, All American Youth Football. communities