Residents have reported water supply problems on 8 of the last 14 days.
Irish Water says "there was no issue at the plant or on the network" which could have caused an outage in the Enfield year yesterday.
People living in Enfield have told Kfm Radio of issues with water supply on 8 of the last 14 days, including on Thursday.
They have communicated these issues to Irish Water.
The firm says it will "continue to monitor the performance of the water network and undertake additional works as required "
Irish Water has issued this statement to Kfm Radio "Irish Water and Meath County Council can confirm that there was no issue at the plant or on the network that we are aware of that may have resulted in an outage today. We ask customers who are experiencing issues with their water supply to report them directly to our customer contact centre at 1800 278 278 which operates 24/7 so that the matter can be investigated. Irish Water and our partners in Meath County Council will continue to monitor the performance of the water network and undertake additional works as required to safeguard the local supply.
We are continuing to work at this time, with our local authority partners, contractors and others to safeguard the health and well-being of staff and the public and to ensure the continuity of drinking water and wastewater services. We would like to remind people to follow the HSE COVID-19 advice and ensure frequent handwashing."