It’s illegal to put sand or rock on your driveway
In Walnut, California
Wow, I guess private property is not so private after all.
15-3 Depositing certain items on public or private property prohibited.
No person shall place, deposit, throw or dump, or cause to be placed, deposited, thrown or dumped, any garbage, swill, cans, bottles, papers, ashes, dirt, sand, rock, cement, glass, metal, carcass of any dead animal, offal, refuse, plants, cuttings or trash or rubbish of any nature whatsoever, or any nauseous, offensive matter or in or upon any public or private road, highway, street, alley, public way or any public or private property of any kind whatsoever.
this law is to stop people from turning their properties into dumps, not to stop you from creating a sand(stupid anyway) or gravel driveway. research is your friend.
This law should have been clearer, because you can also interpret this to mean you can’t put garbage in the city dump. If the intent was to stop illegal dumping, then it’s not a stupid law.