|(a) A district may apply to the commission for approval of a name change. (1) The district must have reasonable grounds for requesting the change. (2) The new name must be generally descriptive of the location of the district followed by the type of district as provided by the title of the chapter of the Texas Water Code concerning the district. If a district is located wholly within one county that contains more than one district of that type, the district may be differentiated, if necessary by adding to the new name the proper consecutive number. The new name may not be the same as the name of any other district. (b) Applications requesting approval of a name change shall include the following: (1) A resolution by the governing board requesting commission approval of the name change which indicates the proposed new name; (2) The reason for the requested change;
(3) A $100 application fee; (4) Any other information that the executive director may require. (c) District action following commission approval of the name change. (1) Within 30 days of the date of commission approval, the district shall publish notice of the name change in a newspaper or newspapers of general circulation in the county or counties in which the district is located. (2) Within 30 days of the date of commission approval, the district shall give notice of the name change by mail to utility customers, permittees, if any, and the county clerk of all counties in which a portion of the district lies; and, to the extent practicable, to the holders of bonds, obligations, and other indebtedness of the district. (3) A suggested form of notice is given in §293.103 of this title (relating to Form of Notice for Name Change). (4) If applicable,
the district shall post new name signs pursuant to §293.101 of this title (relating to Posting Signs in the District).