Locations of: dressing rooms, green room, water, restrooms, laundry, callboard, valuables lockup, calling station, SM office (if available)
Any codes needed for the building (copier, door codes, etc)
How to communicate with HM (walkies, headset, phone) and FOH procedures (house open, late seating, etc)
How to use backstage comms/PA/god mic/q lights
Who to ask if stage temp needs to be adjusted
I don't know about the US, but in Aus, 99% of venues will have a duty technician on who will answer all these questions and probably a number of questions you have not thought of when they meet you - and they should induct you into the space (including a walk around). What sort of runs are you doing in the venues? Single day, short (<1 wk) runs or longer runs?
What you get is normally dependent on what your company has booked ahead of time and how long you are in for.
Over here, a DT is basically a safety requirement, so access is only when the DT or a Head of Department is on site. So access times will need to be arranged in advance (wardrobe & office access may be an exception - although more and more whilst I was operations manager for a venue we were denying office access outside of business hours under the expectation that the SM can work from their accommodation). The venues I have worked at - if you need a couple of photocopies, we were more than happy to do them. If you needed lots of printing and copying, it was very much a case of hire in your own.
FOH proceedures is generally largely laid out by the production (you), not the house - especially with regards to late seating.
Names of venue crew
Comp ticket procedures (this might be determined ahead of time, not sure)
I would be expecting names of _operating_ crew for season runs to be provided well in advance - if you are in for multiple shows, insist on the same crew for the run duration. If you are in for more than a couple of weeks, you will want dedicated swing staff too. General setup crew you just pick up as you work with them - get to know the local heads of department and let them do their jobs of managing their teams under the guidance of your heads of department.
Comps should be established well in advance - as seat holds generally need to be made to allow for them. Oft times, the box office manager just hands you a box of tickets and leaves it up to you to go about your business. If you are after comps that are not pre-arranged then you probably don't want to start your relationship with the venue asking them for favors.